Australia women’s ODI team creates new all time World record of most consecutive international wins

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Australia women’s ODI team creates new all time World record

Australia women’s ODI team have rewritten the record books, claiming their 22nd consecutive one-day international victory in emphatic fashion with a six-wicket victory over New Zealand at Bay Oval and thereby going past the record of Ponting’s legends in 2003.

This is a magnificent achievement by the Aussie women’s team as this is a world record of most consecutive international wins across all formats and across genders.

Australia women's ODI team creates new all time World record

Needing 213 runs to eclipse the all-time record for the most consecutive ODI victories set by Ricky Ponting’s team of 2003, Alyssa Healy (65 from 68 balls) made a timely return to form before Ellyse Perry (56no from 79) and Ashleigh Gardner (53no from 41) closed out the victory with 69 balls to spare.

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