The schoolgirl from Belfast playing only her fourth ODI, struck right boundaries in her 127-ball knock as Ireland beat Zimbabwe by 85 runs.
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Meanwhile, the Indian batters surprisingly went into the shell on the third morning as the Mithali Raj-led side went past the 350-run mark against Australia in the opening session.
The Southern Stars handed debuts to Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Wareham, Darcie Brown and Stella Campbell.
With the 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Australia and ODI series to follow, the Indian team has got very little time to prepare for the Test.
The manner in which Beth Mooney, who opened in absence of Rachel Haynes along with Tahlia McGrath and Nicola Carey, snatched the game away would hurt for a long time.
India were off to a flying start with Mandhana and Shafali Verma (22) racing to 68/0 in the first 10 overs, their best in the 10 ODIs they have played this year.
When you come up against a dominant team like Australia, they need to take their game a notch higher. In order to compete against Australians, scoring 250 plus also becomes a must.
India badly needs Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana to fire to put pressure on Australia after receiving a nine-wicket hammering in the opening match of the three-game series.
Ahead of the women's ODI World Cup that is scheduled to be held in March next year, it would be disingenuous to attribute India's problems to Mithali alone.
While skipper Mithali, who has 762 rating points, retained her top spot, opener Smiriti Mandhana was placed seventh in the women's ODI rankings for batters.
India's problems in both the batting and bowling department were laid bare as the mighty hosts chased down a target of 226 without any trouble to extend their record winning streak to 25.
India, who were aiming to post 250 plus regularly to challenge the likes of Australia, could only manage 225 for eight in an innings that never got the momentum it needed.
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Mithali had become the highest scorer in international cricket during the tour of England earlier this year.
India would not have crossed the 220-run mark if it wasn't for the eight-wicket stand of 45 runs between senior pacer Jhulan Goswami and Richa Ghosh.