ICC Womens World Cup 1st Semifinal Australia W vs West Indies W Full Scorecard Alyssa Healy


ICC Women’s World Cup 2022: The first semi-final match of the ICC Women’s World Cup was played today at the Basin Reserve ground in Wellington. While remaining unbeaten in the tournament, the Australian team has cut the ticket for the final. In a rain-affected match, Australia defeated West Indies by 157 runs and made it to the final. The match was reduced to 45-45 overs due to rain, Australia, batting first, scored 305 for three wickets and bundled out the Caribbean team for just 148 runs. Alyssa Healy batted vigorously and was dismissed for 129 runs off 107 balls.

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In the 2017 World Cup, Australia had to face defeat against India in the semi-finals, but in this tournament, the Australian team seems to be dominating every opposing team from the beginning. West Indies won the toss and invited Australia to bat first. Rachel Hines and Healy put on a 216-run partnership for the first wicket. Australia got the first blow in the form of Healy in the 33rd over.

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Rachel Hines scored 85 runs in 100 balls. Captain Meg Lanning returned not out after scoring 26 runs and Beth Mooney scored 43 runs. West Indies looked under pressure in front of such a big target from the beginning. For West Indies, Shinelli Henry and Anisa Mohammad were absent hurt and did not come out to bat. Diandra Dottin (34), Hayley Matthews (34) and Stephanie Taylor (48) were the only batters who reached the double figures. The second semi-final match is to be played between England and South Africa on 31 March. The final match will be played on 3 April at the Hagley Oval ground in Christchurch.

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