Ailsa Lister was participant of the match with an unbeaten 68Scotland 204-4 (20 overs): Lister 68, Okay Bryce 53; Patel 2-40France 49 all out (14.2 overs): Seddon 16; Chatterji 3-7Scotland win by 155 runsScorecard
Scotland bowled France all out for 49 to finish the formalities of their T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier with a dominant 155-run win.
The Scots had already booked their place in subsequent yr’s inter-continental remaining qualifier on Monday by avenging their earlier group-stage defeat by the Netherlands in Spain.
Ailsa Lister’s unbeaten 68 took the Scots to 204-4 following on from captain Kathryn Bryce’s 53 and fellow opener Darcey Carter’s 36, earlier than the French have been rapidly bowled out.
Priyanaz Chatterji did the early injury with the ball, taking three wickets for the lack of solely seven runs, with Carter taking three for 14.
Lister, whose innings of 36 balls included three sixes and 5 fours, was named participant of the match.
Victory means Scotland, with 5 wins from their six video games, are more likely to prime the qualifying group on a greater run price than the Dutch, who’ve additionally already certified forward of their remaining recreation in opposition to Italy on Tuesday.
France end backside with six defeats.
The Scots and Dutch be part of Eire, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vanautu, the winner of the Americas Qualifier and two from the Africa Qualifier in subsequent yr’s primary qualifier.
Scotland captain Kathryn Bryce: “Clearly [we were] delighted final night time to formally qualify for the gold qualifiers, however we all know we need to win this event. To come back out right here and put in an enormous efficiency like that was improbable.
“Darcy was good up the highest with a superb partnership to set the innings up for Ailsa to return in on the again finish and simply go for it. She hit some nice photographs across the floor on the market.
“To have somebody like that who has the facility to clear the ropes on the again finish like that’s invaluable, it’s thrilling to have her coming by way of.”
France captain Marie Violleau: “It was a tricky day….
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