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Ellyse Perry scalps 7 for 22 as Australia thrash England in Women’s Ashes

Ellyse Perry
Ellyse Perry takes seven wickets in Ladies’s Ashes on Sunday.

England’s Ashes hopes all however disappeared within the house of two hours at Canterbury on Sunday, as they had been bowled out for 75 in 32.5 overs chasing 269, leaving Australia 6-Zero up on factors having gained all of the ODIs within the sequence. It’s nonetheless mathematically attainable for England to win again the trophy however they should win each remaining match to take action: one thing that appears distinctly unlikely after this horror present.

Ellyse Perry delivered a hammer blow to England’s hopes of regaining the Ladies’s Ashes as her seven for 22 helped Australia full a clear sweep of one-day worldwide wins. Set 270 for a victory that might have given them some momentum heading into the one Check, England capitulated to 75 all out from 32.5 overs, undone by the accuracy of Perry, who recorded one of the best ODI figures by an Australian.

England’s third lowest ODI rating of all-time noticed them droop to a complete 194-run defeat at Canterbury, with a 6-Zero deficit within the multi-format sequence giving them little margin for error. Ellyse Perry delivered a hammer blow to England’s hopes of regaining the Ladies’s Ashes as her seven for 22 helped Australia full a clear sweep of one-day worldwide wins.

Set 270 for a victory that might have given them some momentum heading into the one Check, England capitulated to 75 all out from 32.5 overs, undone by the accuracy of Perry, who recorded one of the best ODI figures by an Australian.

England’s third lowest ODI rating of all-time noticed them droop to a complete 194-run defeat at Canterbury, with a 6-Zero deficit within the multi-format sequence giving them little margin for error.

At 21 for six, England had been at risk of folding to their lowest-ever complete although Laura Marsh’s 21, allied to Fran Wilson’s 17 and Anya Shrubsole’s 11, meant they prevented that ignominy.

However, they had been the one three England batters to succeed in double figures on a forgettable afternoon for the hosts, who had earlier gained the toss and elected to discipline. Half-centuries from Alyssa Healy (68) and captain Meg Lanning (69) at higher than a run a ball helped to usher Australia to 269 for seven. Nat Sciver eliminated each Healy and Lanning en path to figures of three for 51 earlier than Perry took centre stage.

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