Shrubsole bowls England to 61-run win

Shrubsole bowls England to 61-run win


England 201 (Brindle 68, Sciver 49, Farrell 4043) and 190 (Edwards 56, Perry 5-38) kick Australia 207 (Perry 71, Shrubsole 4-51) and 123 (Shrubsole 3-48) by 61 runs

Anya Shrubsole jumps on her team-mate after holding a wicket, Australia v England, Only women's Test, Perth, 4th day, Jan 13, 2014

Australia Women were left 61 runs brief of their 185-run aim as England Women took a 5 wickets they compulsory for feat for a further of usually 24 runs, thereby sealing usually their fifth Test win in Australia.

Anya Shrubsole, strangely not brought into a conflict until a eighth over of a morning, struck in usually her second over to mislay a pivotal wicket of Ellyse Perry, held during block leg for 31 conflict out during a round she could so simply have left. Perry had hung around for 54 balls, though but her during a crease, feat for a hosts looked increasingly unlikely.

Shrubsole, following her successful opening in a initial innings, was once again a many dangerous England bowler today, as she bowled in tandem with Jenny Gunn on a representation with inch-wide cracks and a dual routed Australia’s tail. Shrubsole followed adult a wicket of Perry in her really subsequent over, stealing Erin Osborne for a four-ball steep after she chipped one true to Danielle Wyatt (substituting for a harmed Arran Brindle) during extra-cover. Gunn, brought into a conflict to branch a upsurge of runs after a careless few overs from Katherine Brunt and Kathryn Cross, was a subsequent to strike, trapping Sarah Coyte lbw for 7. Australia were left during 106 for 8, on a verge of defeat.

Three overs later, Shrubsole struck again, stealing Rene Farrell for a five-ball duck, with a fuller round that went true by and bowled her. That left Australia with a fresh Holly Ferling during a double and Sarah Elliott attempting to keep a strike. The England fielders successfully put Elliott underneath vigour via her innings; she had a propitious shun on 17, usually creation her belligerent using to a striker’s finish after a approach strike from Wyatt.

Soon after, Brunt was brought behind on to play and in her second over finished a pursuit for England, bowling Elliott off an inside corner to a leg stump. Elliott was out for 29 and Australia were bundled out for 123.

Resuming this morning on 57 for 5, a day had started good for a Australians, as Brunt and Cross, opening a bowling, struggled to find a right length. Brunt’s initial over went for 11, including dual fuller balls that were driven to a range by Perry. She was lucky, in fact, not to be called adult for another waist-high full toss, and was private from a conflict after usually one over. With a initial 3 overs going for 24 runs, it was an meaningful start for England, until Shrubsole put England into a winning position.

Thanks to a new format, a Ashes are not in England’s hands usually yet, with 3 ODIs and 3 T20s still to play. All a same, England are now 6-0 adult on points, and it will take a staggering bid from Australia if they are to come behind and win this series.

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