Women’s World T20 final – Australia v England – in-play clips, TMS & text

25 Nov 2018Women’s World Twenty20Aus WomenAustralia WomenFirst innings 2 – for 0 wickets (0.4 overs)LIVEEng WomenEngland WomenFirst innings 105 all outAustralia Women need 104 runs to win from 19.2 oversGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryEngland 105 all out (won toss)Wyatt 43 (37 balls); Gardner 3-22Both sides unchanged from semi-finalsTMS commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Radio 5 live sports extraEngland (2009 winners) beat India by eight wickets in semi-finalsAustralia (2010, 2012, 2014 winners) beat West Indies by 71 runs in semisLive ReportingBy Mark MitchenerAll times stated are UKGet involvedSend a text to 81111 (charged at your standard message rate)Twitter: Use the hashtag #bbccricketFacebook: BBC SportPost updateCharlotte EdwardsEx-England captain on BBC Test Match SpecialJust imagine if Tammy had hit the stumps. I’d have been up and jumping about!0.1 oversOh heck, what a start! Alyssa Healy prods the first ball of the innings straight to Tammy Beaumont at point, sets off for a single, and if the throw to the bowler’s end had hit, she’d have been run out for a duck…Posted at 1:391:39Post updateSo, to win the last ICC Women’s World Twenty20 before it magically transmogrifies into the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup… Australia need 106 to win. Nat Sciver with ball in hand.Post updateCharlotte EdwardsEx-England captain on BBC Test Match SpecialThankfully, we’ve had DRS – a few decisions wouldn’t have been given out without it. As we move forward with the women’s game, we need the elite umpires. Some of these umpires are very inexperienced, and a world tournament like this deserves the best umpires.Post updateHenry MoeranBBC Test Match SpecialBroadly, the umpiring in this tournament hasn’t been as good as the rest of the tournament has been. We saw a blatant high full toss here not given as a no-ball, we had the debacle of the penalty runs for running on the pitch, and some obvious outside edges not given.Posted at 1:351:35Charlotte inspires the Mexicans!As well as some terrific predictions in the semi-finals – such as saying England would win in 17 overs (they won in 17.1), and calling a stumping the ball before it happened, TMS’s Charlotte Edwards has also been winning admirers in Mexico:Post updateCharlotte EdwardsEx-England captain on BBC Test Match SpecialI’ve got a real gut feeling England are going to get Alyssa Healy early – and I’ve been right with a few of my feelings at this tournament! – as you can’t keep scoring runs like she has.If Meg Lanning’s not nervous, she’ll come in at three. If she’s nervous, she’ll come in at five.Posted at 1:331:33Post updateAnd here’s how Australia went bang-bang with those last two wickets in the final over:Video contentVideo caption: Ecclestone run out in final overEcclestone run out in final overVideo contentVideo caption: Hazell trapped lbw as England are 105 all outHazell trapped lbw as England are 105 all outPost updateCharlotte EdwardsEx-England captain on BBC Test Match SpecialHopefully the first thing Heather Knight is saying to England is how Australia’s fielding shows they’re nervous. Get a couple of wickets, and anything can happen. Under pressure, funny things can happen.Those first six overs are key, and so is Anya Shrubsole – she’s the heartbeat of this team.Posted at 1:301:30Post updateAnd here’s how it ended for captain Heather Knight – hitting a mighty six but perishing next ball:Video contentVideo caption: Knight smashes a six but is then out next ballKnight smashes a six but is then out next ballPosted at 1:291:29Post updateAustralia spinner Georgia Wareham, who took 2-11 as well as a catch and a run-out: “It was pretty difficult holding onto the ball with the dew at night, as a spinner it was like holding a bar of soap by the end. We knew if we hung in there we could keep them to a low total. I just tried to get it into the wicket on the right length, it wasn’t spinning much.”Here’s some more of Wareham’s best bits:Video contentVideo caption: Winfield out lbw after Australia reviewWinfield out lbw after Australia reviewVideo contentVideo caption: ‘She’s played around it’ – Dunkley bowled by Wareham first ball’She’s played around it’ – Dunkley bowled by Wareham first ballPosted at 1:291:29Post updateThanks, Amy. Australia have to be big favourites from here… but you never know what you’re going to get with T20 cricket.Right?Posted at 1:281:28Post updateCan England defend 105?Mark Mitchener will take you through Australia’s reply.Posted at 1:271:27Post updateGeorgia Wareham has just said she didn’t realise she was on a hat-trick at one point.Her run out of Amy Jones was a magnificent bit of fielding.Video contentVideo caption: ‘What a piece of fielding!’ – Jones run out by Wareham’What a piece of fielding!’ – Jones run out by WarehamPosted at 1:261:26Scotland all-rounder Abbi Aitken is following…Posted at 1:261:26Post updateAustralia’s bowlers were excellent – two apiece for Schutt and Wareham, and three for Gardner – but their fielding left plenty to be desired.This is going to be a difficult total for England to defend. Australia have such strength in depth when it comes to their batting line-up.Posted at 1:251:25Post updateCharlotte EdwardsEx-England captain on BBC Test Match SpecialReally disappointing end for England – 12 off the first over, but disappointing in the last 10 overs. They’ve got something to bowl at, but I don’t think they’ve got enough to win.Australia are nowhere near their best – the fielding shows they are nervous. England have got to hit them hard here, all guns blazing and if they can get a couple of early wickets… I’m confident Shrubsole can get Healy early.Posted at 1:251:25antineil: Jones run out was stupid. Sciver lbw was not lbw. Other wickets were just final nerves…Andy Brooker: England panicking with dot balls. But Aussies bowling very well. Better fielding we could have been all-out by now. Pitch seems fair to me.
Think England need just a bit more experience. A few youngsters in there.19.4 oversWICKETHazell lbw Schutt 6 (Eng 105)Australia will need 106 runs to win the Women’s World Twenty20.England have been bowled out with two balls remaining, Megan Schutt trapping Dani Hazell smack in front of the stumps.Video contentVideo caption: Hazell trapped lbw as England are 105 all outHazell trapped lbw as England are 105 all out19.3 oversEng 105-9Kirstie Gordon is off the mark straight away.Australia Women InningsBatsmanHow OutBowlerRunsMinsBalls4s6sSRTotal(0.4 overs)2-for0wicketsHealynot out1130033.33Mooneynot out11100100.00Extras0
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