England women wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor took a brilliant catch from Ashes 2013 against the arch-rivals Australia at Brighton, Hove on 25th August 2013. In a rain-curtailed match, reduced to 36 overs side, Australian women elected to bat first. Australia were 126 for 3 in 25.5 overs when Fields tried to hit a reverse sweep and Sarah Taylor took a brilliant catch to dismiss the captain for 27.
It was a special catch from Sarah Taylor who produced one-handed catch which stunned the bowler. Laura Marsh was the bowler on that occasion. Australian women posted 203 for 4 in 36 overs. Chasing the modest target of 204 to win, Sarah Taylor contributed 64, Heather Knight with 69 helped England to win the match by 5 wickets with 15 balls to spare.
Ashes are one the biggest series between England and Australia. England women won the Ashes-winning ODI series 2-1 and whitewashing Australia 3-0 in T20 series. The one and only test match were drawn.
Sarah Taylor showed her class with her wicketkeeping skills during that match with a great catch that changed the course of the game in favor of England women. The 2017 women’s Ashes will start from 22nd October which will include 3 ODI’s, 1 test match and 3 T20 matches. England women would be looking continue their brilliant form in the upcoming Ashes.
Sarah Taylor is one of the best wicketkeepers in women’s cricket at the present moment. She would be looking help England women to retain 2017 Women’s Ashes. England women won the recently concluded Women’s World Cup 2017 held at Lords beating India by just only 9 runs. England women have good quality players like Sarah Taylor, Shurbhsole, and Jenny Gunn. It will be a tough challenge for England women to beat Australia in Australia.