On Tuesday the final Twenty20 match at the Bandra-Kurla Complex of the Mumbai Cricket Association, completing a 5-0 series sweep.
The Indian management decided to use four fast bowlers, Hurley Gala, Titas Sadhu, Falak Naaz, and Shabnam MD, because the series was already over.
Shabnam and Titas took the first wicket and kept New Zealand at 119 for six.
Mannat Kashyap and Sonam Yadav, both spinners, each took two wickets.
In response, captain Shweta Sehrawat’s 20 and Soumya Tiwari’s 40 (27b, 64) set the tone, and India reached their target in 18 overs while losing six wickets.
The team will return to action after a brief break on December 19-24 for a camp in Bengaluru, where captain Shafali Verma and Richa Ghosh will also be present.
119/6 in 20 overs for the New Zealand women’s U-19 team (Prue Catton 53, Izzy Gaze 34; Sonam Yadav (2-27) and Mannat Kashyap (2-22) fell to India Women’s U-19 for 121/6 in 18 overs (Soumya Tiwari (40), Hurley Gala (21), and Shweta Sehrawat (20).
Anna Browning, 3-13; Kayley Knight, 2-19) In this five-match T20 series, India Women Under-19 and New Zealand Women Under-19 have played four matches against each other.
India Women Under-19 has won all of those matches and is currently 4-0 ahead of the series.
India Women Under-19 defeated New Zealand Women Under-19 by 29 runs in the fourth Twenty20 match.
In that game, India Ladies Under-19 won the throw and chose to bat first.
Gongadi Trisha scored 39 runs for the team as India Women Under-19 scored 121 runs in their first innings.
Ocean Bartlett and Kayley Knight each took two wickets for the New Zealand Women.
When it came time to chase, the New Zealand Women were unable to reach their goal and lost all of their wickets for 92 runs.
None of their batters were able to score more than 20 runs.
Mannat Kashyap took five wickets for the women’s New Zealand team.
On the day of the match, the temperature is expected to be around 31°C, with a humidity of 45 percent and a wind speed of 14 km/hr. During the game, there are no chances of precipitation.
Due to the neutral wicket provided by the Bandra Kurla Complex, both departments are anticipated to receive adequate assistance from the surface. In the middle overs, spinners will have the upper hand.
On this wicket, 130 runs are the typical score in the first innings.
Here, the team in second place has excellent records. On this field, they have maintained a 60 percent winning percentage.
Gongadi Trisha, Hurley Gala, Hrishita Basu (wk), Mannat Kashyap, Parshavi Chopra, Shikha Shalot, Shweta Sehrawat, Sonam Yadav, Soniya Mendhiya, Soumya Tiwari, and Titas Sadhu
Abigale Gerken, Amie Hucker, Anna Browning, Ashtuti Kumar, Bree Illing, Flora Devonshire, Isabella Gaze (wk), Kayley Knight, Nensi Patel, Ocean Bartlett, and Olivia Gain are the remaining members of the group.