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Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Australia's dominance, South African pacers, key takeaways from tournament
All in all, the 2022 ICC Women's World Cup was a wonderful tournament – probably the most intense in history – replete with moments, memories, and takeaways.
Healy’s was the highest and Sciver’s the third highest individual scores in a men’s or women’s ICC World Cup that made clear this final was one of the best ever in a cricket World Cup.
The result ends Bangladesh's slim hopes of securing a semi-final berth, although the Tigers pushed the six-time champions hard in a match where innings were reduced to 43 overs because of the weather.
The win puts the six-time champions at the top of the standings with a healthy run rate, virtually guaranteeing a semi-final spot.
Here's the full schedule of the upcoming Women's World Cup 2022 in New Zealand.
Retainers for Big Bash League players will increase about 14 percent, Cricket Australia said, and players in the domestic cricket league will see a 22 percent rise.
"It was a little tricky as to when we could declare. Getting eight wickets in 15 overs was a bit of a stretch," Mithali said at the post-match media conference.
India vs Australia: Smriti Mandhana says she got lucky with the no ball while batting in 1st innings
Mandhana, who scored 127 off 216 balls, survived at the personal score of 80 when she sliced a full Ellyse Perry delivery straight to Beth Mooney at point but the bowler overstepped giving her a reprieve.
As per rules of multi-format series, both teams settled for two points. The series score stands at 6-4 in Australia's favour.
Haynes, who had hit an unbeaten 93 in the home team's convincing nine-wicket thrashing of India in the series-opener, was taken for scans.
India take on Australia in the second of the three one-day internationals in Mackay, Queensland. Know all the details related to the 2nd India vs Australia ODI here.
India take on Australia in the first of the three one-day internationals in Mackay, Queensland, with an eye on the Women's World Cup in New Zealand next year
India vs Australia ODI preview: Mithali Raj-led visitors take on mighty Aussies with eye on World Cup
The middle-order, especially in the absence of Harmanpreet Kaur who has been ruled out of the series opener, will be under focus as India face an Australian team on a 22-match unbeaten streak
India vs Australia: Stella Campbell hopeful of making 'dream' ODI debut after shining in warm-up game
The 19-year-old, who was the pick of the bowlers for the home side courtesy her sensational 3 for 38, helped Australia inflict a 36-run loss on the tourists in the 50-over warm up match in Brisbane on Saturday.
The India women's cricket team is set to make their pink-ball debut in the upcoming tour of Australia, and former chief selector Hemlata Kala believes the team certainly can come out on top against the mighty Aussies.
Talking about the series ahead, Healy said the unpredictable nature of the Indian team makes them dangerous.
A BCCI official said that rooms in Brisbane, in which the Indian women's cricket team players are spending 14-day hard quarantine, are too small with players somehow managing to do light training.
Another notable absentee from the 18-member squad is Belinda Vakarewa, who is also skipping the series due to personal reasons.
Australia coach Matthew Mott says lack of match practice will make team vulnerable against ‘emerging supergiant’ India
The two sides are slated to play a full series, comprising three ODIs, as many T20Is, and an one-off Test, from 19 September to 11 October in Australia.
India will tour Australia in September-October to play a day/night Test, three ODIs and as many T20 Internationals.