WOMEN’S WORLD T20 QUALIFIER 2018
Cricbuzz Staff •
Shillington scored a composed 38 within the run chase. © Getty
A disciplined bowling effort arrange Ireland’s successful begin to the ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier, 2018 on Saturday (July 7) as they defeated Thailand by way of seven wickets at Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd, Utrecht. Asked to bat first Thailand misplaced Nattakan Chantam early however a 55-run stand between Nattaya Boochatham and Naruemol Chaiwai rebuilt the platform – one who collapsed because the innings stepped forward. Boochatham waged a lone struggle, scoring a 50-ball 41. But all it did was once to assist the Asian group end with 92 for 7 in 20 overs. In answer, Clare Shillington and Cecelia Joyce were given Ireland off to a gentle get started, including 35 for the hole wicket. While Thailand controlled to pick out up fast wickets and tried to struggle again, their comeback was once short-lived as Isobel Joyce and Laura Delany placed on an undefeated 29-run stand to assist Ireland over the road within the 17th over.
Brief rankings: Thailand 92/7 in 20 overs (Nattaya Boochatham 41; Lucy O’Reilly Three-23, Isobel Joyce 2-12) misplaced to Ireland 93/Three in 16.2 overs (Clare Shillington 38; Sornnarin Tippoch Three-12) by way of 7 wickets.
Rachel Scholes, Abtaha Maqsood and Katie McGill bagged 8 wickets between them as Scotland secured a crushing nine-wicket win over Uganda on the VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen. Only two of the Uganda batters entered double digits because the Scotland bowlers ran during the batting order to bowl out the African aspect for 43 – the fourth lowest general in girls’s T20Is. Sarah Bryce then scored an unbeaten 36 as Scotland took 6.five overs to overtake Uganda’s meagre general, and secured the highest spot at the Group B desk because of their awesome web run fee.
Brief rankings: Uganda 43 in 15.Three overs (Kevin Awino 13; Rachel Scholes Three-Three, Abtaha Maqsood Three-Eight) misplaced to Scotland 47/1 in 6.five overs (Sarah Bryce 36*; Joyce Apio 1-7) by way of nine wickets.