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Scoreboard: ICC Women's World Cup Final

Posted on Feb 18, 05:54AM | IANS

Mumbai, Feb 17 : The following is the scoreboard of the ICC Women's World Cup final between Australia and the West Indies played here at the Brabourne Stadium Sunday:

Australia

Meg Lanning c Kyshona Knight b Taylor 31
Rachael Haynes c Kyshona Knight b Quintyne 52
Jess Cameron c Kyshona Knight b Daley 75
Alex Blackwell c Aguilleira b Smartt 3
Lisa Sthalekar c Campbelle b Quintyne 12
Sarah Coyte c Daley b Quintyne 7
Jodie Fields not out 36
Erin Osborne c Quintyne b Mohammed 7
Ellyse Perry not out 25

Extras (lb 3, w 4, nb 4) 11

Total (seven wickets in 50 overs) 259

Fall of wickets: 1-52 (Lanning, 9.6 overs), 2-116 (Haynes, 24.6), 3-126 (Blackwell, 27.5), 4-181 (Cameron, 35.5), 5-187 (Sthalekar, 37.1), 6-190 (Coyte, 39.2), 7-209 (Osborne, 43.2)

Bowling

Shanel Daley 10-0-43-1
Tremayne Smartt 5-0-43-1
Stafanie Taylor 9-1-44-1
Shaquana Quintyne 10-1-27-3
Anisa Mohammed 10-0-61-1
Kyshona Knight 3-0-23-0
Shemaine Campbelle 3-0-15-0

West Indies

Kycia Knight lbw b Perry 17
Natasha McLean lbw b Perry 13
Stafanie Taylor c and b Perry 5
Kyshona Knight not out 21
Merissa Aguilleira b Sthalekar 23
Deandra Dottin b Sthalekar 22
Shemaine Campbelle c Lanning b Schutt 11
Shanel Daley c and b Schutt 2
Shaquana Quintyne c Blackwell b Osborne 2
Anisa Mohammed c Schutt b Osborne 14
Trenayne Smartt c Sthalekar b Hunter 0

Extras (b 1, lb 8, w 6) 15

Total (all out in 43.1 overs) 145

Fall of wickets: 1-32 (Kycia A Knight, 9.6 overs), 2-38 (Taylor, 11.4), 3-41 (McLean, 13.3), 4-88 (Aguilleira, 26.1), 5-109 (Dottin, 30.4), 6-109 (Campbelle, 31.1), 7-114 (Quintyne, 34.1), 8-114 (Daley, 35.4), 9-141 (Mohammed, 42.2), 10-145 (Smartt, 43.1)

Bowling

Megan Schutt 10-2-38-2
Julie Hunter 4.1-0-18-1
Lisa Sthalekar 10-3-20-2
Ellyse Perry 10-3-19-3
Erin Osborne 7-2-26-2
Sarah Coyte 2-0-15-0

Toss: Australia chose to bat
Umpires: S. George (South Africa) and V. Kulkarni (India)
TV umpire: R.S.A. Palliyaguruge (Sri Lanka)
Match referee: D.T. Jukes (England)
Reserve umpire: Sarika Prasad (Singapore)