ICC 2023 Women's T20 WC Americas Qualifier

Undefeated USA Women’s Team Continues Dominance

News September 11, 2023 admin

On a sunny Sunday afternoon, cricket enthusiasts at the Woodley Cricket Field witnessed a one-sided encounter in the ICC 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier. United States of America Women put up a clinical performance as they comfortably defeated Brazil Women by ten wickets on Sept. 10th, 2023.

The game began with Brazil Women winning the toss and opting to bat first. Unfortunately, their innings got off to a nightmarish start as Laura Agatha was dismissed for a duck in the very first over, courtesy of Aditi Chudasama’s bowling. The early loss of wickets continued as Lindsay Vilas Boas, Roberta Moretti Avery, and Laura Cardoso were all sent back to the pavilion with minimal contributions. The Brazilian batswomen struggled to find their footing against a disciplined United States of America bowling attack.

Ritu Singh (Right) receives her POTM award from Pintoo Shah, Independent Director in USA Cricket Board. Photo by John Aaron

Carolina Silva provided some resistance with a valiant knock of 18 runs, but her efforts were not enough to salvage the innings. Ritu Priya Singh’s brilliant spell of bowling rattled the Brazilian middle order, as she claimed four crucial wickets, conceding just three runs in her three overs. Isani Vaghela and Uzma Iftikhar also chipped in with wickets, further exacerbating Brazil’s woes. In the end, Brazil managed to post a meager total of 42 runs in 19 overs, a target that seemed easily achievable for the United States of America Women.

The United States of America Women began their chase with Disha Dhingra and Gargi Bhogle at the crease. The duo showed great composure and determination as they chased down the target. Dhingra anchored the innings with an unbeaten 14 runs, while Bhogle displayed her stroke-making abilities with a confident 26 not out. Their partnership of 43 runs was unbroken, ensuring an emphatic ten-wicket victory for the United States of America Women.

The Brazilian bowlers, led by Carolina Silva, Nicole Monteiro, Lindsay Vilas Boas, and Laura Cardoso, struggled to make inroads into the United States of America Women’s batting lineup. The lack of early breakthroughs allowed the American openers to settle in and comfortably guide their team to victory in just eight overs.

The ICC 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier match between United States of America Women and Brazil Women was a one-sided affair, with the United States of America Women emerging as clear victors. Their dominant display with both bat and ball showcased their superior skills and teamwork.