Women’s WC: Australia thrash West Indies by eight wickets

Women's WC: Australia thrash West Indies by eight wickets

Australian team today registered victory over West Indies with the help of brilliant performance from opener Nicole Bolton in the ICC Women’s cricket World Cup.

It was brilliant win by eight wickets for the Aussie team as they chased 205 with ease and Australian openers Beth Mooney (70) and Bolton (107 not out) piled a 171-run partnership leading to a comprehensive win.

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New batswoman Meg Lanning (12) then joined Bolton but failed to display her class as she was sent back to the pavilion by Taylor in the 35th over.

With 15 runs remaining, incoming batswoman Ellyse Perry (5 not out) along with Bolton then completed the proceedings with 71 balls remaining.

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