NSW women bowl out South Australia for 10 runs in Indigenous Cricket Championships

South Australia lost its second consecutive match of the tournament.

Roxsanne Van-Veen finished with the ludicrous figures of 5/1 | News Corp Australia

Australian cricket has witnessed the worst ever total in the game of cricket on Wednesday (6th February), as South Australia women's team was bowled out for just 10  runs in a National Indigenous Cricket Championship game in Alice Springs.

It might be for the first time when a cricket scorecard ever saw that much worse score, as New South Wales’ Roxanne Van-Veen finished with the ludicrous figures of 5/1 from two overs while Naomi Woods took two wickets to bowl out South Australia Women’s for 10 in just 62 deliveries.

The New South Wales women’s side brilliantly demolished South Australian eves by bowling them out for 10 in 10.2 overs at the National Indigenous Cricket Championships in the Northern Territory today.

Febi Mansell was the only player from the South Australia who managed to score only four runs while all other 11 batswomen bowled out for a duck, thanks to six extras which took them into double figures at the board. Even Mansell and Waniki Gibuma-Marr were the only two players from the South Australian side who faced more than three deliveries in the match.

Meanwhile, the NSW chased down the target inside 15 balls with South Australia managed two wickets to win the second round of the T20 event in Alice Springs.

(With Fox Sports Inputs)


By Rashmi Nanda - 06 Feb, 2019

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