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Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progress to ICC Women’s World Twenty20 semi-finals

Postby WIndiesFans.com » Mon Mar 31, 2014 12:50 pm

 Line-up to be confirmed after Tuesday’s match between West Indies and India; women’s semi-finals to be played ahead of men’s semi-finals in Mirpur on 3 and 4 April

The four semi-finalists for the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 have now been confirmed with a day remaining in the group stage matches, which are being played at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.

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Re: Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progres

Postby mikesiva » Thu Apr 03, 2014 4:13 am

Australia 75-2 after 11 overs...looking grim for the Windies.
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Re: Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progres

Postby mikesiva » Thu Apr 03, 2014 4:57 am

Anisa Mohammed with 2-24 gave us a chance, but chasing 141 is going to be difficult....
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Re: Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progres

Postby mikesiva » Thu Apr 03, 2014 5:30 am

A good start, but Stefanie Taylor run out for 24, and now the other opener, Kycia Knight, out for 21...that's a big blow.
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Re: Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progres

Postby mikesiva » Thu Apr 03, 2014 6:18 am

Dottin out for a well-played 40....
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Re: Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progres

Postby mikesiva » Thu Apr 03, 2014 6:30 am

Australia win by eight runs....
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Re: Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies progres

Postby AFRO » Thu Apr 03, 2014 7:16 am

DEM GYALS DESERVE WHAT THEY GOT IN THE END!!...NOTHING!!..in the last group game against india their performance was utterly shambolic!!.. they didn't seem to have a care in the world because "they already got through to the semi's"...but that defeat meant instead of playing weaker opposition in South Africa they had to play Aus and let England off the hook.

Still these were perfect conditions for their spin based attack to dominate but this team has bottled it once again!!..There's perhaps only four decent players in that side..(Taylor, Dottin, Mohammed and the young leggy)..the rest are garbage and that is why they cannot make it over the line in these competitions...you need more than just two good batters and bowlers...and that's why until they identify someone who can back up Taylor and Dottin!!..and a quick pacer who can take wickets regularly then there's no point expecting them to win anything.

They beat everyone until they took their foot off the gas versus India and they've paid for it now!!..it's their own fault..no-one elses... .

In closing it will most likely be another England vs Aus final again...BORING and that is why the ladies game is where it is!!..it's just too easy to predict.
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