An ICC event is the best time for fans and cricketers alike. And that’s what is being played right now in New Zealand. The ICC Women’s World Cup matches are being played, and fans are watching some spectacular performances in the tournament. And that’s what happened in a match between England’s women and the West Indies’ women. As a fan, you may have seen some good catches in the past, but the catch we are talking about is one of the best in the history of the game.

The defending champions, England, took on the mighty West Indies in the seventh match of the tournament. And batting first, the West Indies made 226 runs in their 50 overs. Wicket-keeper batsman S Campbelle (66) and Chedean Nation (49) helped their team recover from the stage of 98-4. England were the favourites going into the second innings, but it was the West Indies bowlers who came on top at the end and won the match by seven runs. England’s women were bowled out for a score of 218 in 47.4 overs.

And it all started with some stunning fielding and bowling from the West Indies’ women. And the highlight was the catch of the English opener, Lauren Winfield Hill, by D Dottin at the point. It was an incredible effort by her which lifted the spirit of the West Indies, and they didn’t allow England’s women to come back into the game.

And if you have seen some of the best catches in your career, we can bet you it will lead the chart. Flying in the air and taking a one-handed stunner was the highlight of the game. And we have brought you the video of that catch.

And definitely, this is one of the best catches in women’s history. So what is your view of this fantastic catch? You can share your views and thoughts in the comment section.