Nat Sciver Brunt Achieves Milestone With Consecutive Centuries In Women’s ODI Cricket Against Australia

In the third and final ODI match between England and Australia women’s cricket teams at the County Ground, Taunton, star all-rounder Nat Sciver Brunt showcased her exceptional batting prowess. Winning the toss and opting to bowl, Australia faced a formidable challenge as Brunt led the charge for England. With her outstanding performance, she notched up a century of 129 runs, making it two back-to-back centuries in ODIs. By achieving this remarkable feat, Brunt became only the second England woman cricketer to accomplish such a milestone.

England’s innings began with determined intent as they aimed to set a challenging target for the opposition. Brunt’s exceptional knock of 129 runs from 149 balls played a pivotal role in propelling the team to a commendable total of 285 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in their allotted 50 overs. The team’s highest scorer, Brunt’s innings was accompanied by valuable contributions from Heather Knight, who scored 67 runs from 72 balls, and Danielle Wyatt, who added 43 runs to the total.

Brunt’s century in the third ODI not only helped England set a formidable target but also secured a significant achievement for herself. With this century, she became the second woman player from England to score consecutive centuries in ODIs. The last player to achieve this feat for England was Tammy Beaumont in matches against Pakistan in 2016 and South Africa in 2018.

Nat Sciver Brunt’s exceptional batting form has been on full display in recent matches against Australia women’s team. In her last five ODI innings against Australia, she has scored an impressive 109*, 148*, 31, 111*, and now 129, further solidifying her reputation as a key player in the English lineup.

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