New Zealand Women 192/10 (49.5 ov)
England Women 194/3 (37.4 ov)
England Women won by 7 wickets
Player of the match: Natalie Sciver
England Women won this match by 7 wickets!

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Heather Knight (England Captain): Yea it was outstanding I thought the bowlers really set the tone for us today. They were really aggressive and threatening and managed to get a lit bit of bounce out of the surface. Katherine Brunt in particular she was brilliant and I told her just 2 minutes before the start that she will be opening the bowling. One of our things is that we want to improve on is to take wickets throughout the innings and the bowlers have stepped. They shifted their mindset a little bit and are looking to hut for the wickets. 

The communication between the bowlers was quite good as to what's working best on the wicket and how will they take wickets and keep the runs down. Yea it was great, losing two wickets at the start wasn't ideal but Natalie was brilliant again and others just went about their business and making look very simple from the sidelines. 
Sophie Devine (White Ferns Captain): Another tough day in the office. Thought the way the tail batted was impressive. Just her second game and she showed no fusses about her game. Credit has to go to England, they bowled very well and put us under pressure for extended periods of time. The England bowlers used their cross seamers well on this wicket. We need to go back to the drawing board and figure it out. We are feeling positive in the group. We've played a lot of cricket this summer. We need to keep up the pressure long enough.
Natalie Sciver (Player of the Match): Was a good day, in the end, we were pretty happy to bat or bowl on winning the toss. (On the plans while bowling) Just use the seam and swing and be aggressive in looking forward. Just making sure in doing what are my strengths. Bit of a surprise to get the nod to open the bowling but with the wind, it worked out well for us. Hopefully a bit of recovery before the next game. Its a quick turnaround and then back on the park on Sunday.
Post-match comments coming up shortly, stay tuned!
White Ferns had a decent outing with the ball but English women were just too good and disciplined with the bat coming into this run chase. Towards the end, it was a comprehensive win for England.
Tammy, later on, reached her half-century as well and looked determined to bat along and see her side home. Amy found her flow and she alongside Tammy formed a 50 run partnership as well. The duo was able to bring England closer and closer to the win.
Amy Jones who came to bat next looked a bit restless at the start as she had cumulated a lot of dot balls but broke the shackles and found the boundary to get herself going. White Ferns were decent with their bowling but the only factor working against them was that they did not have much on the scoreboard to play with.
Just after the 100 run stand was reached, Natalie lost her wicket batting on 63 runs in the 24th over. White Ferns finally got the breakthrough but were unable to capitalize as Tammy had just dropped anchor batting at the other end.
After that, the duo continued to bat long and started to express themselves a lot more, and found the boundaries consistently. They went on to stitch a 100 run partnership as well. Natalie had a great conversion rate as she scored a half-century in no time.
Spinner Amelia Kerr was brought on by the White Ferns straight away after the 10 overs mark. She almost created a chance with her wrong one but the Natalie got away with that one as she got an inside edge on that ball.
Tammy and Natalie did the right thing and calmed the nerves and just slowed down the pace of the inning a bit and got themselves in. They negotiated the swing and started to find the boundaries coming towards the end of the first 10 overs.
She hit the first boundary of the English inning but Knight found the horrible way to get out. In the 3rd over she just gifted her wicket to the White Ferns by getting run out in trying to take a single which was never on. Tammy was then accompanied by Natalie Sciver.
Coming in to chase 193. England did not have the best of starts as the White Ferns bowler Jess Kerr was able to get the wicket of Danni Wyatt in the first over itself. Heather Knight then came out to the middle and looked promising.
A solid display of batting by England and Amy Jones towards the end looked like she was on some sort of a mission. She just started to play a different ball game altogether and got her side home. The English with that have won the match as well this series.
Over: 38 | Summary: 4 4 0 4 Bowler: Amy Satterthwaite Score: 0/0
37.4 Amy Satterthwaite to Amy Jones, FOUR! THERE IT IS! The match and the series is in the bag for England! A comprehensive 7-wicket win for the World Champions! Its a length ball and Jones wastes no time in bringing out another slog sweep. Finds the boundary for the third time in the over to seal the game for her side. She ends unbeaten on 46 as England romp home in style!
37.3 Amy Satterthwaite to Amy Jones, comes around the wicket, back of a length outside off, punched off the back foot through the covers
37.2 Amy Satterthwaite to Amy Jones, FOUR! drifting on the pads, Jones walks across and sweeps it fine of the fine leg fielder who is too square and fails in her attempt to stop the boundary with a dive. Down to 3 runs now!
37.1 Amy Satterthwaite to Amy Jones, FOUR! Full and wide outside off, Jones just extends her arms into a loft over the vacant mid-off region. Into single-digits now, 7 runs are needed
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