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Monday, July 17, 2017

Ton Up Raj Drives India Into Women’s World Cup Semis

Ton Up Raj Drives India Into Women’s World Cup Semis

Ton Up Raj Drives India Into Women’s World Cup Indian captain Mithali Raj confirmed his advance to the quarter-finals of the ICC Women's World Cup with 186 victories against New Zealand at Derby on Saturday. Raj scored 109 points in 265-7 of India, 45 points for Veda Krishnamurthy and 60 points for Harmanpreet Kaur. With one left-handed palette, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, who left fifteen minutes in the first game of the tournament, New Zealand, one of the favorites before the tournament, fell to 79 teams with the lowest scores in the Women's World Cup.

It was a virtual quarter-final between the two teams ahead of the game against England, who already had the Australian and South African champions in the semi-finals ahead of Saturday's final game. I am very happy," Raj said. "The first goal was to advance to the semi-finals, as both of us will be at the World Cup final. I have always dreamed of running for my country - hunger never dies."

Resigned New Zealand captain Suzie Bates said: "We were not anywhere near as good as we needed it - that's how it was in pressure games in this tournament - we did not show up when we needed it. .

"We expect a lot of reviews for our team because we're looking forward to the semi-final," Bates added. The White Ferns have not been ranked fourth for the first time since the 1973 competition began. India won the semi - final second leg against Derby on Thursday and Britain was South Africa on Tuesday.

The last is Sunday, July 23rd, Lord.

England have been surprisingly defeated in the opening match against India. After defeating the West Indies in Bristol, he took first place in the overall group rankings. England captain Heather Knight scored 67 out of a total of 220-7. The West Indies system was held at 128-9 at 50 over, which was more than enough. Having lost just three points to arch-rivals England, Australia left South Africa and ran 59 times in tonnage, taking second place in a row.

Pakistan end with seven straight wins. Without injured bosses and a Metz leining star player, Australia has a good chance of winning the contract with Nicole Bolton (79), Elise Ferry (55), Bethmuney (53) Laura Wolvaardt has scored 71 RBIs in South Africa, but Proteas has disbanded to 210, Australian Rachael Haynes cleared 2-12, Perry and Jess Jonassen cleared two.

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka won their first title in the first game after defeating Pakistan, who lost 7 straight wins to 15 points in the race.

Short score of other matches:
Bristol: England hit 92 in the West Indies.

England 220-7 in 50 over (H.C. Knight 67, T. Beaumont 42, L.A. Marsh 31 none, J.L. Gunn 24 none, A.S.S. Fletcher 3-33); Over 50 in West Indiana 128-9 (H.K. Matthews 29, C.N. Nation 23, N.R. Sciver 3-3).

In Derby: India overtook New Zealand with 186 points.

INDIA 265-750 over (M. Raj 109, V. Krishnamurthy 70, H. Kaur 60, L. M. Kasperek 3-45, H. M. Rowe 2-30); New Zealand 79. 25.3 Over (A.E. Satterthwaite 26; R. Gayakwad 5-15, D. B. Sharma 2-26).

Taunton: Australia scored 59 points in South Africa.

Australia 269 48.3 Over (N. E. Bolton 79, E. A. Perry 55, B.L. Mooney 53, A. J. Blackwell 33, S. Luus 5-67, M. Kapp 2-26, D. van Niekerk 2-41); (L. Wolvaardt 71, T. Chetty 37, S. Ismail 26, M. du Preez 20, R.L. Haynes 2-12, J.L. Jonassen 2-40, E. A. Perry 2-47).

Final League standings
(Play, circle, lost, no result, point, net run rate)
England 7 6 1 0 12 +1.29

Australia 7 6 1 0 12 +1.00

India 7 5 2 0 10 +0.66

South Africa 7 4 2 1 9 +1.18

New Zealand 7 3 3 1 7 +0.30

West Indies 7 2 5 0 4 -1.52

Sri Lanka 7 1 6 0 2 -1.09

Pakistan 7 0 7 0 0 -1.93

Sri Lanka:
M.D.N. Hanshika Diana 1

G.W.H.M. Ferrera c Sidra b Diana 13

A.C. Jayangani c Sana b Kainat 27

H.A.S.D. Siriwardene c Asmavia b Sadia 17

D. Manodara c Sidra b Diana 84

afternoon. Weerakkody c Iram b Sana 5

L.E. Kaushalya c Sana b Asmavia 28

K.A.D.A. Kanchanar was not 21 years old.

S.S. Weerakkody did not come out. 4

Extra (B-2, LB-5, W-14) 21

TOTAL (7 weeks, 50 weeks) 221

Fall of WKTS: 1-4, 2-18, 3-64, 4-82, 5-98, 6-174, 7-207.

BAT NOT BAT: I. Ranaweera, H.H.C. You're Latin.

Bouling: Asmavia Iqbal 9-0-54-1 (4w); Diana Baig 10-1-41-3 (5w); You, Mir 10-1-36-1 (1w); Kainat Imtiaz 10-0-46-1 (3w); Sadia Yousuf 10-1-32-1 (1 w); Javier Khan 1-0-5-0.

Ayesha Zafar c Jayangani b Gunaratne 8

Gaharatne 10

Run Javeria Khan 24

Nine Abidi, 57 losses

Lama Javed c Kancha b Jayangani 15

Sana Mir lbw b Gunaratne 14

Kanatine Ithias C. P. W'kody b Kanchana 11

Asmabia Iqbal 38 out

Cydranaws c and b Guradar 5

Diana Baig c Jayangani b Kanchana 12

Sadia Yousuf b Ranaweera 0

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