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Women's World T20

AndyT

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Started yesterday with three matches in Guyana.

Two groups of 5 teams, with the top 2 going through to the semi-finals. England are in Group A in St Lucia and we have the following matches :-

10th November v Sri Lanka (8:00pm)
12th November v Bangladesh (8:00pm)
16th November v South Africa (8:00pm)
18th November v West Indies (8:00pm)

Highlights available on the ICC website and live matches on SKY SPORTS CRICKET.

Harmanpreet Kaur continued her astonishing assault on oppo bowlers yesterday (Remember her 171* against Australia in the World Cup last summer), with a century from 51 balls including 8 sixes, some well into the stands! :Worthy::Cool:

Here's the highlights link for all the matches and it should link to yesterday's India v NZ match. Check out Hayley Jensen's superb catch, as well! :-

https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/903595

So, onwards to tonight's opening match for England, which we should win. The tough matches will be the last two in our group.
 
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