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Six off just one ball, wicket taken and 13 runs scored. What strange thing happened in women’s cricket?

 Six off just one ball, wicket taken and 13 runs scored.  What strange thing happened in women's cricket?

In women’s cricket, a three-match ODI series was played between Australia and South Africa. Australia won the series 2-1. The final game of the series took place in Sydney on Saturday. Australia won it by 110 runs using the Duckworth-Lewis rule. During this game there was an amazing sight. Australian player Alana King managed 13 runs in just one ball. She was also hit by the ball on the wicket.

In fact, the Australian team came onto the field to bat first. During this time, Alana King batted in the 48th over. Masabata was a bowling class from South Africa. 9 runs were scored in the first five balls of this over. Now the last ball of the over was left. The strike was at Alana King. Klaas threw a full throw. This ball reached waist height. Alana hit the bat as she fell. The ball reached the deep square leg boundary. Meanwhile, Alana’s bat hit the wickets and they flew away.

Alana was hit on the wicket. But before that, the referee had given the signal with square leg that there should be no more ball. So King got six runs. A free kick was also scored. The class threw this ball again. King played a shot to deep mid-wicket and the ball crossed the boundary line for six runs. Therefore, a total of 22 runs resulted from this over. Interestingly, a total of 13 runs were scored on the last ball, including the no-ball.

It is noteworthy that in this match Australia batted first and scored 277 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. In response, the South African team collapsed by 127 runs. Australia won this game under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. The margin of victory was 110 runs. Alana King also performed excellently while bowling for Australia. He took 4 wickets for just 26 runs in 5 overs.

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