|NZW||212/10 (48.5 ov)|
|AUSW||215/4 (38.3 ov)|
|Lauren Down||c b Nicola Carey||90||134||8||0||67.16|
|Hayley Jensen||bowled b Megan Schutt||0||1||0||0||0|
|Amy Satterthwaite||c Megan Schutt b Nicola Carey||32||50||3||0||64|
|Amelia Kerr||st Alyssa Healy b Megan Schutt||33||46||4||0||71.74|
|Katey Martin||runout Alyssa Healy||1||5||0||0||20|
|Maddy Green||bowled b Megan Schutt||12||15||0||1||80|
|Brooke Halliday||st Alyssa Healy b Ashleigh Gardner||13||13||1||1||100|
|Hannah Rowe||bowled b Nicola Carey||13||20||0||0||65|
|Jess Kerr||c Rachael Haynes b Megan Schutt||3||6||0||0||50|
|Lea Tahuhu||Not Out||1||3||0||0||33.33|
|Rosemary Mair||runout Alyssa Healy||1||1||0||0||100|
|Total||212/10, 48.5 (ov)|
|Extras||13(lb 3, b 1, nb 1, w 8)|
|Fall of wicket|
|Hayley Jensen at 0 runs, in 1.1 over,Amy Satterthwaite at 69 runs, in 19.3 over,Amelia Kerr at 159 runs, in 37.1 over,Katey Martin at 166 runs, in 38.4 over,Lauren Down at 168 runs, in 39.3 over,Brooke Halliday at 185 runs, in 42.3 over,Maddy Green at 197 runs, in 45.3 over,Jess Kerr at 205 runs, in 47.2 over,Hannah Rowe at 211 runs, in 48.4 over,Rosemary Mair at 212 runs, in 48.5 over|
|Alyssa Healy||c b Amelia Kerr||65||68||7||2||95.59|
|Rachael Haynes||c Katey Martin b Jess Kerr||14||19||2||0||73.68|
|Meg Lanning||c Katey Martin b Hannah Rowe||5||12||0||0||41.67|
|Ellyse Perry||Not Out||56||79||7||0||70.89|
|Beth Mooney||c Maddy Green b Amy Satterthwaite||12||13||1||0||92.31|
|Ashleigh Gardner||Not Out||53||41||3||3||129.27|
|Total||215/4, 38.3 (ov)|
|Extras||10(lb 5, b 0, nb 1, w 4)|
|Fall of wicket|
|Rachael Haynes at 23 runs, in 6.2 over,Meg Lanning at 37 runs, in 8.6 over,Alyssa Healy at 115 runs, in 22.3 over,Beth Mooney at 136 runs, in 25.4 over|
|38.36||Amelia Kerr to Ashleigh Gardner: SIX.|
|38.20||Amelia Kerr to Ashleigh Gardner: No runs.|
|38.10||Amelia Kerr to Ashleigh Gardner: No runs.|
|37.61||Hannah Rowe to Ashleigh Gardner: 1 run.|
|37.51||Hannah Rowe to Ellyse Perry: 1 run.|
|37.40||Hannah Rowe to Ellyse Perry: No runs.|
|37.31||Hannah Rowe to Ashleigh Gardner: 1 run.|
|37.21||Hannah Rowe to Ellyse Perry: 1 run.|
|37.10||Hannah Rowe to Ellyse Perry: No runs.|
|36.62||Amelia Kerr to Ashleigh Gardner: 2 runs.|
|36.51||Amelia Kerr to Ellyse Perry: 1 run.|
|36.41||Amelia Kerr to Ashleigh Gardner: 1 run.|
|36.31||Amelia Kerr to Ellyse Perry: 1 run.|
|36.24||Amelia Kerr to Ellyse Perry: FOUR.|
|36.10||Amelia Kerr to Ellyse Perry: No runs.|
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