England and Australia are playing the only Test of the women's cricket Ashes series. On 24 June, in the third day's play of the match, the England team was all out in the first innings by scoring 463 runs. Australia's bolero was fiercely washed by Tammy Beaumont's bat from England. He created history by scoring a double century in the only Test. Tammy Beaumont became the first English cricketer to take a double century.
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Batting against Australia, Tammy Beaumont scored 208 runs in 331 balls, including 27 fours. She has become the first English female cricketer to score a double century in Test cricket. Apart from this, she has become the eighth female player to do such an overall feat in the Test.