Suzie Bates Stars as New Zealand Women Smash Record ODI Total

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The New Zealand team, which is known as the "white ferns", has now recorded the highest score of any ODI match, including male cricket.

Suzie Bates laid down the course with a blistering 94-ball 151, comprising of 24 fours and two sixes. England men's cricket team had scored 444/3 in 50 overs in an ODI match, also against Pakistan, at Nottingham on August 30, 2016.

New Zealand shattered a 21-year-old record that they previously set when they scored 455-5 against Pakistan at Christchurch in 1997.

India's highest ODI total is 358/2, notched up against Ireland women at Potchefstroom, South Africa in May a year ago.

Captain Suzie Bates smashed 151 off 94 balls en route to her 10th ODI century as she became the White Ferns' leading all-time scorer in 50-over cricket.

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This is only the third time that a 400-plus score has been made in women's ODIs.

Bates, who was on 89 off 59 balls then, went on to score her 10th ODI hundred, off only 71 balls. NZ Women won by 346 runs. Further, Green continued and she too scored her century by scoring 121 off 77 and later, Amelia Kerr added 81 not out off 45, that helped them post a mammoth total of 490 with the loss of only 4 wickets.

Ireland's day in the field was a shocker, with leg-spinner Cara Murray setting another record by conceding 119 runs, which is the most by any bowler, male or female, in an ODI.

Lewis and captain Laura Delany set about restoring stability to the innings, however Lewis - who was following on from her innings of 61 in the T20I on Wednesday - had her promising innings of 20 runs (26 balls; 4 x fours) cut short by a great in-field catch by Kate Ebrahim.

Meanwhile Gaby Lewis, Lara Maritz and Louise Little all gave away 92 runs off their 10 overs as the hosts conceded 110 from the final 10.