Beth Mooney took a diving catch to dismiss Rashada Williams
Australia continued to showcase why they’re the largest powerhouse in girls’s cricket and that too by a rustic mile as they booked a spot within the last of the 2022I CC Ladies’s World Cup, by comprehensively beating West Indies within the first semi-final. Meg Lanning’s workforce gained by an enormous margin of 157 runs. The victory was arrange byas Australia posted 305 on the board.
Beth Mooney hit some lusty blows in the direction of the top to stay unbeaten on 43. However Mooney wasn’t performed as she produced a spectacular little bit of fielding to provide Australia the right begin of their defence of the massive complete.
Watch: Beth Mooney’s one-handed diving catch in Ladies’s World Cup semifinal vs West Indies
Mooney dived to her proper to seize a catch that dismissed Windies opener Rashada Williams for a duck off the bowling of Megan Schutt.
The catch was later put up in Instagram by the ICC Cricket World Cup deal with.
A double-century opening stand carried event favourites Australia to a commanding 157-run win over the West Indies on Wednesday and a spot within the Ladies’s World Cup last. Australia dominated their rain-shortened semi-final in Wellington from the outset, constructed round a 216-run stand — the very best of the event — between skilled openers Alyssa Healy and Rachael Haynes. An imposing rating of 305 for 3 off a diminished 45 overs was by no means threatened by the West Indies, who succumbed for 148 within the thirty seventh over.
The six-time champions Australia are unbeaten on the 50-over event and can face both South Africa or 2017 winners England within the last in Christchurch on Sunday.
(With AFP inputs)
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