In third Ashes One day international played at Coffs Harbour played today, Southern Stars wicketkeeper Alex Healy produced a brilliant stumping off England opener Beaumont in the 36th over. Beaumont tried to play a sweep shot but it went to Healy and stumped the opener. It was an amazing display of wicketkeeping skills by Healy. Beaumont was dismissed for 74. England women posted 284 for 8 in 50 overs.
Beaumont was playing well and tried to play a sweep shot off Schutt. England women posted their first victory of the Ashes 2017. Southern Stars were restricted to 257 for 9 in 48 overs. The visitors won the match by 20 runs via D/L method. England women lost the first two One day internationals of the prestigious Ashes.
England women lost an early wicket by the score of 2. The second wicket partnership of Sarah Taylor and Beaumont added 122 runs for the 2nd wicket and continued to put another partnership for the third wicket. After that England women lost wickets at regular intervals and were restricted to 284 for 8 in 50 overs.
Southern Stars openers Healy and Bolton added 118 runs for the first wicket. After the loss of Healy wicket, Southern Stars lost wickets at regular intervals and were restricted to 257 for 9 in 48 overs. The match was stopped due to rain. Healy produced brilliant wicketkeeping skills which surprised Beaumont. Beaumont.
— Australian Women's Cricket Team 🏏 (@AusWomenCricket) October 29, 2017
Southern Stars are currently leading the Ashes 2017 4-2. They will play 1 one test match from 9th November which will be followed by three T20Is. Healy also performed well with the bat while opening but could not help Southern Stars to win the match.