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In the match played between South Africa and Australia in the Women’s World Cup on Tuesday, excellent fielding was seen from both the teams. During the South African innings, where Australia’s Ashleigh Gardner took a catch in the air with one hand on the boundary line, during the Australian innings, South Africa’s Migron du Preez took the ball by diving at mid-wicket. Let us know about these two wonder catches.
first catch- During the South African innings, batsman Migron du Preez played a big shot on the 5th ball of the 46th over, it looked like the ball would cross the boundary line over the fielder. But Ashley Gardner, fielding on the boundary line, jumped in the air and caught the ball with one hand. After du Preez’s dismissal, the run rate slowed down and the African team was restricted to 271 for 5 in 50 overs. Du Preez could only score 13 runs in 14 balls.
Ashley Gardner jumped in the air and caught the ball with one hand.
Second catch- During the Australian innings, du Preez took a catch at mid-wicket and took revenge on the Australian team. On the third ball of the 11th over of the Australian innings, Rachel Haynes played a shot towards mid-wicket. The ball was too far from du Preez’s catch. It looked like the ball would go to the boundary. Preez caught the ball going from the right side with a dive and showed Rachel Haynes the way to the pavilion. At that time the Australian team’s score was 45/2 in 10.3 overs. Haynes could only manage 17 runs off 23 balls.
Australia’s sixth consecutive win
Australia beat South Africa by 5 wickets. This is Australia’s sixth consecutive win. With this, he remains at the top of the points table. South Africa is in second place. Batting first, the African team scored 271 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 50 overs. Australia won by scoring 272 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 45.2 overs.