Women's World Cup final: Alyssa Healy hits record 170, husband Mitchell Starc cheers on from Christchurch.
Australia opener Alyssa Healy hit a 170 from just 138 balls, breaking quite a few records as her husband Mithcell Starc was lauding her efforts from the stands in Christchurch on Sunday.
Alyssa Healy on Sunday hit a World Cup final hundred as she went on to set an array of records in the ultimate battle for Women's World Cup 2022 against England at the Hagley Oval.
Healy posted her highest ODI score, which was also the highest total by a batter in any Women's ODI tournament final and World Cup final.
Healy also became the first baiter in the history of sport to hit a 100 each in the sem-final and final of a World Cup. After hammering a 107-ball 129 against West Indies in the semi-final,
Healy brought up her hundred in as many balls after a 160-run opening stand with Rachael Haynes, who got out for 68.
Haynes also set a new World Cup record for the most runs in a Women's World Cup, surpassing Debbie Hockley's tally of 456 runs from 1997.
Healy was finally dismissed in the 46th over for 170 from just 138 balls. For more content. Visit out website .