Heather turned the world's first feminine cricketer to attain a century in Knight Tests, ODIs and T20 Internationals

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Sports News Today 26 February: England ladies's cricket staff captain Heather Knight has made an unbeaten century innings recreation historical past within the seventh league match of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup. Knight scored an unbeaten 108 off 66 balls which included 13 fours and four sixes within the match performed towards Thailand in Canberra on Wednesday. His captaincy innings helped England beat Thailand by 98 runs to register their first win within the present event. Earlier England needed to face defeat towards South Africa within the first match.

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29-year-old Heather Knight has grow to be the world's first feminine cricketer to attain a century in all three codecs of cricket. <! –

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                 The right-handed Knight got here to the crease to bat at a time when the England staff had misplaced their 2 wickets for a complete of seven runs. But after this, Knight and Natalie Sheaver didn’t let any extra wickets fall and taking accountability took England to 176 runs with a report 169 runs unbeaten partnership.

This partnership of Natalie and Knight is the largest partnership within the World Cup. Sheewar scored an unbeaten 59 off 52 balls. Heather Knight scored a Test century towards Australia in 2013, whereas in 2017 he scored 100 in ODIs towards Pakistan.

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Knight has scored 1060 runs in 72 T20 matches to this point, scoring 1 century and three half-centuries, whereas Knight's title in 38 Tests has been recorded in 7 Tests, together with one century and a couple of half-centuries. In 101 ODIs, Knight has scored 2800 runs with 1 century and 19 half-centuries, with 106 being his finest rating.

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