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    And the West Indies win by two runs!

    Nero topscored with 32 as the WI made 122-8 in their 2o overs....

    Marsh was England best bowler with 3-16, while there were two wickets each for Shrubsole and Gunn.

    Then, Taylor, Dottin, Mohammed and Campbelle all took two wickets each to restrict England to 120-9 off 20 overs. Edwards and Taylor put on 65 for the opening partnership, but wickets tumbled like dominoes after that!

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    England out. Disasterous from us.

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    WI and Australia advance to the semis from this group, while England and the Saffers will battle it out for the wooden spoon....

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    Why is the

    Womans semi final second match, it should be the other way round.


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    India made 119-5 off their 20 overs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy View Post
    Womans semi final second match, it should be the other way round.
    ^ Sexiest.. living by the common stereotype of "ladies first" Huh? what a shame lol

    just joking.. I don't know.. I am not even following thier matches..aside from the fact that they through like girls.. i don't have much time to spare..
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    Threads merged.

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    Australia first team through to the final!

    Pretty convincing performance, that three wicket over really hurt India, which another flick onto the stumps to run out the non-striker by Ellyse Perry, a la Claire Taylor's dismissal in the 2006 game. Alex Blackwell played a good captain's knock too.

    New Zealand vs Australia would be a very interesting final, considering how both teams are playing, and how New Zealand have won like the last 5 T20s between the two.

    Very intriguing tournament overall.
    Supporting: NSW & Australia, women's cricket

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    Great game.

    New Zealand should have won, but you can't begrudge a professional bowling and fielding performance, and that's what carried Australia to the trophy.

    Great bowling from Ellyse Perry, very well-deserved Player of the Match awards.

    Quite glad the men stayed around to cheer them on too; they probably would have preferred to go back to their hotels and cry at their dismal performance, but them sticking around would have meant a lot to the players, so that's a nice gesture.

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