Zimbabwe beat PNG whereas Thailand registered a commanding victory in opposition to UAE on Day 1 of the ICC Girls’s T20 World Cup qualifier, right here on Sunday.
Within the first match of the day, UAE had been lowered to 7/3 with the highest three making 0, 2 and 1 after successful the toss and opting to bat first,
A promising half-century stand between Kavisha Kumari Egodage and Natasha Cherriath revived the innings for UAE, however Nattaya Bhoochatham returned to scalp the wicket of Natasha to interrupt the partnership.
The innings gave the impression to be meandering in the direction of a really unusual whole, however UAE managed 24 runs off the final two overs with Samaira Dharnidharka and Kavisha, specifically, upping the ante to take their group to 92/5 on the finish of 20 overs.
The goal was very quick and Thailand piled on their agony by placing on 32 for the lack of no wickets within the Powerplay. Natthakan Chantham was the aggressor-in-chief for Thailand, racing away to 39 off 37 balls in a gap stand of 55. The partnership was ultimately damaged by Indhuja Nandakumar within the tenth over.
Opener Nannapat Koncharoenkai continued to push Thailand in the direction of the goal and remained unbeaten on 34 as they accomplished a dominating win on day one of many qualifiers.
Match 2: Zimbabwe v PNG
Within the second match of the day, a three-wicket haul from Kelis Ndlovu and good spells from Nomvelo Sibanda and Valuable Marange helped Zimbabwe bowl PNG out for 83 after being requested to bowl on the Tolerance Oval.
Tanya Ruma top-scored for PNG with a 25 off 35 balls from No 3, however not one of the different batters managed to cross single digits as PNG struggled in opposition to some top-quality bowling.
Within the run chase, Zimbabwe got here out all weapons blazing, the openers racing to 57 inside 9 overs. Ndhlovu accomplished an excellent all-round efficiency along with her opening companion Sharne Mayers making a horny 28-ball 33.
Zimbabwe sealed the run chase with eight wickets to spare with Ndhlovu unbeaten on 25 off 33 balls.
UAE Girls 92/5 in 20 overs (Kavisha Egodage 40 not out, Natasha Cherriath 26; Nattaya Boochatham 2/17) misplaced to Thailand Girls 96/3 in 16.2 overs (Natthakan Chantham 39, Nannapat Koncharoenkai not out; Suraksha Kotte 1/4) by 7 wickets
Papua New Guinea Girls 83 all out in 18 overs (Tanya Ruma 25; Kelis Ndlovu 3/18; Nomvelo Sibanda 2/9) misplaced to Zimbabwe Girls 87/2 in 14.4 overs (Sharne Mayers 33, Kelis Ndlovu 25 not out; Kaia Arua 2/21) by 8 wickets
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