Video: Action from London Road in Louth as England Women beat Pakistan by 111 runs in first ODI

Over 2,000 cricket fans saw England Women thrash Pakistan by 111 runs in Louth on Monday, a historic occasion for the town and the county.

Louth’s own Arran Brindle hit 55 with the bat before taking a key wicket at London Road, her club ground, and described her ‘fantastic day’.

England's Jenny Gunn, left, celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Syeda Batool Fatima Naqvi with team-mate Sarah Taylor ''Syeda Batool Fatima Naqvi lbw Jenny Gunn for 1'' (Photograph: Chris Vaughan/Chris Vaughan Photography) 'International Cricket - 1st ODI - England women vs Pakistan women - Monday 1st July 2013 - London Road Sports Ground - Louth''� Chris Vaughan Photography - 93 Hawthorn Chase, Lincoln, LN2 4RF | Tel: +44 (0)7764 170 783 | info@chrisvaughanphotography.co.uk | www.chrisvaughanphotography.co.uk

England's Jenny Gunn, left, celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Syeda Batool Fatima Naqvi with team-mate Sarah Taylor ''Syeda Batool Fatima Naqvi lbw Jenny Gunn for 1'' (Photograph: Chris Vaughan/Chris Vaughan Photography) 'International Cricket - 1st ODI - England women vs Pakistan women - Monday 1st July 2013 - London Road Sports Ground - Louth''� Chris Vaughan Photography - 93 Hawthorn Chase, Lincoln, LN2 4RF | Tel: +44 (0)7764 170 783 | info@chrisvaughanphotography.co.uk | www.chrisvaughanphotography.co.uk

The day began in spectacular fashion when the match ball was parachuted down onto the pitch from 6,000 feet by the RAF Falcons display team.

The ground was officially sold out, with 1,000 schoolchildren and 1,000 paying fans lining the boundary for the historic clash.

Watch the video to see some action from the game, including a wicket, as well as the after-match presentation.