Sarah Glenn can reflect on another successful series with England after helping them complete a T20I whitewash against New Zealand.
The Worcestershire Women’s Rapids spinner ended as joint leading wicket-taker and overall figures of 10-1-59-5 from the three game series in Wellington.
She returned 2-11 from four overs in the opening game and then two wickets in three balls helped to turn the crucial second match in England’s favour.
Glenn completed the series by having New Zealand’s top scorer, Amy Satterthwaite, dismissed for 25.
The home side were dismissed for 96 in 18 overs as England (128-9) came out on top by 32 runs.
England have now won 11 successive T20Is.
Glenn has taken 27 wickets in her 18 appearances for her country in that format of the game.at at average of just 12.48.