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England beat Australia by 40 runs in 2nd T20 International

The Australian Women's Cricket Team has suffered a 40-run loss to England in the second T20 INTL of the Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes Series at Manuka Oval.

Needing 153 runs to win, Australian openers Beth Mooney (17) and Alyssa Healy (24) again made a fast start before Jenny Gunn dismissed them both. From then on Australia continued to lose wickets regularly, with only Rachael Haynes (14) and Delissa Kimmince (17) looking like turning things around, but neither were able to get the job done as Australia was eventually bowled out for 112.

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Bates guides New Zealand to victory over Pakistan

A fighting half-century from captain Suzie Bates and some superb bowling has helped the WHITE FERNS claim a 42-run victory in the third Twenty20 International against Pakistan in Sharjah.

After winning the toss and electing to bat first, Bates and the WHITE FERNS top order found the early going tough and were 31-3 after the opening seven overs.

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Miller makes 36-ball century as South Africa pummel Bangladesh in Third T20

David Miller wrote his name into the annals of the shortest format when he smashed the fastest ever century in the history of T20 International cricket to set South Africa up for an 83-run victory in the final match of the Bangladesh tour at Senwes Park on Sunday.

The victory gave the Proteas a 2-0 victory in the KFC T20 International Series and enabled them to complete a clean sweep across all three formats.

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33 year old Frylinck excited to make his debut

Proteas all-rounder, Robbie Frylinck, will be looking to keep things simple in the upcoming KFC T20 International series against Bangladesh starting at Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein on Thursday. Frylinck has described his debut call-up at 33-years-old as a ‘surprise’, and will be giving this opportunity his best effort after a long journey to the top.

“You get to a stage where you think that maybe it’s not meant to be and it’s not going to happen,” he said at the squad’s first practice in Bloemfontein on Tuesday. “ It doesn’t change what I have done over the last few years for my franchise. I’m the type of player who, when I get onto the field, I give 200-percent regardless of what the outcome is going to be or what I’m looking to achieve.

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West Indies Women sweep T20 series against Sri Lanka as well

The Windies women completed a double series whitewash over Sri Lanka after they won the third and final T20 International by 31 runs at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua yesterday.

The victory was extra special, as Deandra Dottin struck her second T20 century, becoming the first woman to achieve such a feat. She scored 112 from 67 balls. Hayley Matthews hit 34, as the Windies Women posted 159/6 from their 20 overs. 

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Du Plessis withdrawn from T20 International series against Bangladesh

Faf du Plessis has been withdrawn from the upcoming KFC T20 International series against Bangladesh due to injury.  Du Plessis retired hurt on 91 in the third ODI against Bangladesh at Buffalo Park in East London on Sunday, and was unable to take further part in the match.

Proteas team manager, Dr Mohammed Moosajee explained: “Faf sustained an acute left lumbar (lower-back) strain while batting and immediately left the field in extreme discomfort.  He will return back to Cape Town overnight for investigation and further management. He has been withdrawn from the upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh starting in Bloemfontein on Thursday.”

JP Duminy will captain the T20 squad in Du Plessis’ absence and all-rounder, Dwaine Pretorius, has been named as the replacement player.

Windies Women seal T20I series with unassailable 2-0 lead

Scintillating fielding and a magical 5/13 wicket haul for Afy Fletcher saw the Windies Women take an unbeatable 2-0 series lead in the 3-match T20I series vs Sri Lanka at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua.

Stafanie Taylor won the toss and the Windies took first strike. Hayley Matthews fell in the first over for 0. Deandra Dottin then joined Taylor and the two experienced players posted 45 runs for the second wicket, when Dottin departed for 27.

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