Abu Dhabi, Sep 21 (IANS) Bangladesh beat USA by 55 rushes to make it a decisive victory in Gathering some time Ireland edged Scotland to come to the end of the season games of the ICC Ladies’ T20 World Cup Qualifier at the Sheik Zayed Arena, here on Wednesday.
In match No 9 of the competition, Bangladesh posted their second-most elevated all out (158/1 of every 20 overs) in ladies’ T20Is to whip USA by 55 runs and dominate their third progressive match in the ICC Ladies’ T20 World Cup Qualifier.
The six-wicket prevail upon Scotland two days back had previously taken Bangladesh to the highest point of Gathering An in the Qualifier.
Subsequent to selecting to bat first, Bangladesh lost Shamima Sultana inexpensively, however the sets of Murshida Khatun and Nigar Sultana put on an unbeaten 138-run association, each raising their singular half-hundreds of years.
The team helped Bangladesh to 158/1 of every 20 overs, their second-most noteworthy all out in ladies’ T20Is after the record-breaking 255/2 they made against Maldives in 2019.
Accordingly, USA were decreased to 12/3 in the fifth over, losing three hitters for a joined all out of one run. In any case, captain Sindhu Sriharsha and Lisa Ramjit retaliated in a strong represent the USA.
The pair stayed unbeaten until the end, assisting USA with crossing 100 for the 6th time in ladies’ T20Is. They got to 103/3, missing the mark by 55 runs as Bangladesh made a decisive victory in Gathering A.
SCOTLAND Versus IRELAND In a significant match 10 of the ICC Ladies’ T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022, Ireland fixed a spot in the Qualifier end of the season games with a 19-run prevail upon Scotland at the Resistance Oval.
Selecting to bat first, Gaby Lewis got going all firearms bursting for Ireland, dashing to 28 off 14 balls before she lost her initial accomplice Amy Tracker. Lewis, however, carried on for Ireland, crushing 66 off 37 balls to give Ireland a solid stage. She was excused in the twelfth over, when Ireland had edged near the three-figure mark.
Orla Prendergast stayed unbeaten on a 46-ball 55 and captain Laura Delany made a quickfire 29 to assist Ireland with posting 164, their fifth-most noteworthy complete in ladies’ T20Is.
Jane Maguire proceeded to eliminate the Scotland openers economically to give Ireland a firm high ground in the challenge that would choose the spot in the Qualifier season finisher.
Sarah Bryce revamped for Scotland, yet when she withdrew for a very much made 49, Scotland had too high a necessary run rate to scale. They at last made 145/8, missing the mark by 19 runs as Ireland went through to the Qualifier end of the season games.