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Women’s Ashes: Beaumont scores a double century, breaking an 88-year-old record for the greatest score by an English woman

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Beaumont, whose previous best was 70, became the first English woman to break the record, which had held for 88 years and 128 days.

In the Women’s Ashes game on Saturday, Tammy Beaumont beat Betty Snowball’s 88-year-old record for England’s greatest total in women’s cricket.Beaumont, whose previous best was 70, became the first English woman to break the record, which had held for 88 years and 128 days.Snowball hit 189 runs against New Zealand in the fourth Women’s Test at Christchurch on June 16, 1935. The match was won by England by an innings and 335 runs.Beaumont also beat Rachel Hayhoe-Flint’s record of 179 runs against Australia in July 1976.Beaumont was undefeated on 194 at Tea. After compatriot Heather Knight, the England batter became the second women’s cricketer to record hundreds in all three forms.The 32-year-old has a chance to break the record for the greatest individual total by an opener, which is currently held by Paksitan’s Kiran Baluch. In 2004, the Pakistani batsman earned 242 points on 584 pitches against the West Indies.

Beaumont was undefeated on 200* in 317 balls , After compatriot Heather Knight, the England batter became the second women’s cricketer to record hundreds in all three forms.

The 32-year-old has a chance to break the record for the greatest individual total by an opener, which is currently held by Paksitan’s Kiran Baluch. In 2004, the Pakistani batsman earned 242 points on 584 pitches against the West Indies.

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