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Ellyse Perry  creates history, become first women cricketer with 5000 runs and 300 wickets
Ellyse Perry creates history, become first women cricketer with 5000 runs and 300 wickets

Melbourne: Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry took her 300th wicket in international cricket in all three formats of the game on Saturday. As a result, Perry has now become the first woman cricketer to make 5,000 runs and took more than 300 wickets in international cricket. The 30-year-old Perry has achieved the feat by dismissing Pooja Vastrakar in the 143rd over of the day-night Test against India at The Carara Oval in Queensland.

In ODI matches, Perry has 3,135 runs with 152 wickets, while in T20Is, the player has 1,243 runs with 115 wickets. India and Australia are currently playing a Pink Ball Test, the first two days after playing brilliant cricket, with Indian captain Mithali Raj announcing the innings on the third day. India have declared at 377/8 in the first innings.

Ellyse Perry dismissed Pooja Vastrakar (13) on the third ball of the 143rd over and sent her to the pavilion. Soon after, the umpires called for a dinner break. Deepti Sharma was at the crease with a fifty then. As Deepti was dismissed for 66, Mithali declared the innings at a total of 377/8. Apart from Deepti, Smriti Mandhana scored 127 runs.

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