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Australia win 2nd ODI to go 4 points up over England in Women's Ashes

Women's Ashes - Second One Day International - England v Australia - Fischer County Ground, Leicester, Britain - July 4, 2019 Australia's Jess Jonassen (L) and Beth Mooney celebrate victory at the end

Australia Women won the second Royal London Women's ODI to take a 4-0 lead in the Women's Ashes.

Match Summary

England Women 217 (Tammy Beaumont 114; Delissa Kimmince 5-26)

Australia Women 218 - 6 (Ellyse Perry 62; Anya Shrubsole 3-47)

Result - Australia Women won by 4 wickets

Tammy Beaumont scored an excellent century for the hosts but the second-highest contribution was just 25 as England were bowled out for 217. Delissa Kimmince was Australia's star performer, recording figures of 5-26.

Like in Tuesday's first ODI England rallied with the ball but once again their total proved chaseable for Australia who - like in the 2017/18 Women's Ashes - have now won the opening two matches of the series.

On that occasion England fought back to win the third ODI and they'll be desperate to do the same at Canterbury on Sunday to avoid falling 6-0 behind in the multi-format points series.

Australia, having retained the urn last time out, need only to reach 8 points to maintain their grip on the Women's Ashes.


Heather Knight: “It’s disappointing. It looked as if we may be on for a higher total but nobody was quite able to keep Tammy company.

“She batted fantastically well and if someone could have stayed with her then we may have been able to get up beyond 250.

“We probably could have been a bit smarter with the bat, with the platform we had, and we need to take the learning from that.

“Again we were good with the ball and we fought and stuck in the match but the two Aussie batters in at the end played really well and took it away from us.”

England Women - Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones(wk), Heather Knight(c), Natalie Sciver, Fran Wilson, Danni Wyatt, Katherine Brunt, Laura Marsh, Anya Shrubsole, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross

Australia Women- Alyssa Healy(wk), Nicole Bolton, Meg Lanning(c), Ellyse Perry, Rachael Haynes, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Jess Jonassen, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt

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