Australia, the six-time champions. Are undefeated in the 50-over event and also will meet either South Africa or 2017 champions England in the final on Sunday in Christchurch.
Australia has again shown why they are the largest superpower in women’s cricket. By a country mile, as they qualified for the final of the 2022I CC Women’s World Cup.
by defeating West Indies in the first semi-final by a large margin. Meg Lanning’s team won by a massive 157-run margin. Australia’s openers Rachael Haynes (85) and also Alyssa Healy (129) set the tone for the victory, as the team scored 305 runs.
Beth Mooney landed some ferocious shots near the end to stay unbeaten at 43. Mooney wasn’t done, though, as she follow up with a superb piece of fielding to give Australia the perfect start in defending the massive total.
Mooney dove to her right to catch Megan Schutt’s ball and dismiss Windies opener Rashada Williams for a duck.
Watch Beth Mooney’s one-handed diving catch vs West Indies in the Women’s World Cup semifinal.
The ICC Cricket World Cup handle later post the catch on Instagram.
On Wednesday. A double-century opening stand propell tournament favorites Australia to a 157-run victory over the West Indies and a berth in the Women’s World Cup final.
Due to a 216-run stand between seasoned openers Alyssa Healy and also Rachael Haynes. Australia dominate their rain-shortened semi-final in Wellington from the start. The West Indies never threaten a total of 305 for three off 45 overs after being knock out for 148 in the 37th over.
Australia, the six-time champions. Are undefeat in the 50-over event and also will meet either South Africa or 2017 champions England in the final on Sunday in Christchurch.
Watch Beth Mooney’s Incredible One-Handed Catch Against West Indies In Australia’s Women’s World Cup Semifinal Win