ABC News Australia – Australian Belinda Clark no longer holds the record for the highest score in women’s one-day internationals following a phenomenal knock from New Zealander Amelia Kerr.

Summary

  • Australian Belinda Clark no longer holds the record for the highest score in women’s one-day internationals following a phenomenal knock from New Zealander Amelia Kerr.
  • Teenage leg spinner Kerr smashed 232 not out against Ireland in Dublin, surpassing Clark’s unbeaten 229 against Denmark at the World Cup in India 21 years ago.
  • New Zealand posted a clean sweep of wins by more 300 runs in the three-match series.
  • Records tumbled throughout the series in Dublin, which began with New Zealand posting 490 in the first game, the highest ever men’s or women’s ODI team score.
  • Her innings at Clontarf Cricket Club was the second-highest in all women’s formats and is only bettered by two knocks in men’s ODIs.


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