Women’s T20 WC: Tahlia McGrath scored a half century, Australian reached the semi finals of the World Cup


Australia registers fourth consecutive win in World Cup
Tahlia McGrath hit a stormy half-century

New Delhi. Defending champions Australia also defeated South Africa while continuing their winning campaign in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. In the Group One match played on Saturday, the Kangaroo team defeated the hosts by 6 wickets. Tahlia McGrath, who scored a stormy half-century, became the player of the match. Tahlia was bought by UP Warriors for Rs 1.40 in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) auction. Australia has made it to the semi-finals by registering their fourth consecutive win in this World Cup.

Australia won the toss and decided to field first. South Africa started well. Laura Wolvaardt and Tajmin Brits added 54 runs for the first wicket. Walwart got out after scoring 19 runs. Marijan Kapp, who came in to bat at number three, could not open her account.

Captain Sune Luce also returned to the pavilion after scoring 20 runs. Tajmin Britrus, handling one end, scored 45 runs in 36 balls. He hit 6 fours and a six. South Africa could only manage 124 runs in 20 overs losing 6 wickets.

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Tahlia’s sneak peek
The start of Australia chasing the target was not good. The team lost 3 wickets for 40 runs only. Alice Perry (11), Beth Mooney (20) and captain Meg Lanning (1) returned to the pavilion one after the other. After this, Tahlia McGrath along with Ashley Gardner took over the team. Tahlia made the match one-sided as well as spending some time at the crease. He played a blistering inning of 57 runs in 33 balls with 10 fours. Australia scored 125 runs for 4 wickets in 16.3 overs and won by 6 wickets. Ashley Gardner remained unbeaten after scoring 28 runs in 29 balls.

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