Australia Women's Cricket Team. (Source; Twitter)

Australia has set a new record for the most consecutive ODI wins in both men’s and women’s cricket.

On Sunday, they eclipsed the 18-year-old record set by Ricky Ponting’s legendary team 2003, beating New Zealand by six wickets.

The first of Australia’s 22 victories came on 12 March 2018 against India in Vadodara.

Beth Mooney, an unused batter at No.5 that match, has made 550 runs at 45.83, with three fifties. She is among five batters who have made more than 500 runs for Australia in the streak, with Rachael Haynes (862 runs at 41.40, one century) the third among the constants in that group.

THE STREAK
12 March 2018 – Eight-wicket win over India in Vadodara

15 March 2018 – 60-run win over India in Vadodara

18 March 2018 – 97-run win over India in Vadodara

18 October 2018 – Five-wicket win over Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur

20 October 2018 – 150-run win over Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur

22 October 2018 – 89-run win over Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur

22 February 2019 – Five-run win over New Zealand in Perth

24 February 2019 – 95-run win over New Zealand in Adelaide

3 March 2019 – Seven-wicket win over New Zealand in Melbourne

2 July 2019 – Two-wicket win over England in Leicester

4 July 2019 – Four-wicket win over England in Leicester

7 July 2019 – 194-run win over England in Canterbury

5 September 2019 – 178-run win over West Indies in Antigua

8 September 2019 – 151-run win over West Indies in Antigua

11 September 2019 – Eight-wicket win over West Indies in Antigua

5 October 2019 – 157-run win over Sri Lanka in Brisbane

7 October 2019 – 110-run win over Sri Lanka in Brisbane

9 October 2019 – Nine-wicket win over Sri Lanka in Brisbane

3 October 2020 – Seven-wicket win over New Zealand in Brisbane

5 October 2020 – Four-wicket win over New Zealand in Brisbane

7 October 2020 – 232-run win over New Zealand in Brisbane

4 April 2021 – Six-wicket win over New Zealand in Mount Maunganui

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