Bates, Green tons power New Zealand women to record ODI total

Bates, Green tons power New Zealand women to record ODI total

New Zealand´s women cricket team posted the world record highest score in any one-day worldwide match when they made a mammoth 490 for four against Ireland in Dublin on Friday. The highest ODI score in the men's game was set in 2016 when England scored 3-444 against Pakistan at Nottingham.

The score is now the highest in the history of ODI cricket including men's cricket. With the effort, they broke their own previous record of the highest team total in the ODI history. The hosts were bowled out for 144 when the Ferns created history and won the match by 346 runs.

This huge victory is also New Zealand Women's 2nd biggest in ODIs.

Jess Watkin and Amelia Kerr blasted quick half-centuries to pile on the agony for Ireland in Dublin.

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New Zealand women had scored 455/5 against Pakistan in 1997.

The White belted a whopping 64 fours and seven sixes, and produced century stands for the first two wickets - the first time a team has done this since 2000. Watkin departed for 62 off 59, while Bates continued her hammering batting.

She says the way the whole day panned out was a little unbelievable. A major blow was served to Ireland as their experienced spinner Isobel Joyce was barred from bowling after she bowled two beamers. After Watkin's knock came Green and slammed 15 boundaries adding up to the New Zealand's incredible start. She scored 121 runs off 77 balls to ensure her team does not squander the great start.

Lewis and captain Laura Delany set about restoring stability to the innings, however Lewis - who was following on from her innings of 61 in the T20I on Wednesday - had her promising innings of 20 runs (26 balls; 4 x fours) cut short by a great in-field catch by Kate Ebrahim.

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