Satterthwaite falls short of world record for centuries

New Zealand´s Amy Satterthwaite fell 15 runs short of taking the outright record for successive one-day global centuries when she used to be disregarded for 85 towards Australia on Thursday.

Satterthwaite falls short of world record
Satterthwaite falls short of world record

Satterthwaite had scored centuries in her earlier 4 ODI innings to sign up for former Sri Lanka nice Kumar Sangakkara, who accomplished the feat on the 2015 males´s World Cup, as the one gamers to score the milestone.

The 30-year-old lefthander had scored 137 now not out, 115 now not out and 123 towards Pakistan final November and made 102 now not out in a five-wicket win towards Australia in Auckland on Sunday.

Satterthwaite, who used to be dropped 3 times at Mt.

Maunganui on Thursday, used to be sooner or later stuck via Elyse Villani off Rene Farrell as New Zealand made a aggressive 253-Eight of their 50 overs.

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