As debuts go, there can't be many better in international cricket, as Indonesia's 17-year-old off-spinner Rohmalia took seven wickets without conceding a run in her first ever T20I yesterday in Bali.

Remarkably, she was the fifth bowler used in the Mongolia run chase and didn't bowl her first over until the 11th, with Mongolia firmly on the back foot on 20-2 in response to the home team's 151-5.

She took three wickets in her first over, one in her second and two in her third before removing number 11 Mendbayaar Enkhzul with the second ball of her fourth over for her seventh wicket, securing a 127 run win for her team.

Two other bowlers have taken seven wickets in women's T20Is with Frederique Overdijk taking 7-3 for the Netherlands against France in 2021 and Alison Stocks matching those figures a year later for Argentina against Peru. Syazrul Idrus is the only man to take seven wickets, doing so for Malaysia against China last year.

Indonesia were dominant throughout the series, winning each of the first five games by over 100 runs before they chased in the final game and won by 10 wickets. They opted to give many of their Under-19 players - of which Rohmalia is one - a run out during the series ahead of next month's EAP qualifier for the 2025 Women's Under-19 World Cup, with Indonesia looking to qualify for a second time.