An Australian women's cricket team produced one of the all-time collapses to be bowled out for 10 yesterday.
The South Australian lineup recorded eight ducks with a high score of six which was attributed to extras in a National Indigenous Cricket Championship clash with New South Wales.
The only runs from the bat were scored by opener Febi Mansell who managed four from a 33-ball stay at the crease.
South Australia's innings survived until the 11th over with NSW bowler Roxsanne Van-Veen finishing with 5-1 from two overs.
New South Wales reached the meagre target in the third over after losing two wickets.
This article was first published on nzherald.co.nz and is republished here with permission.