Monday 28 January 2013 

Convincing Win For Australia Over West Indies

Convincing Win For Australia Over West Indies
Convincing Win For Australia Over West Indies
© REUTERS / Action Images
 

Australia Women 333-5 (Cameron 62) beat
West Indies Women 198 by 135 runs
Women's World Cup warm-up, Mumbai

Australia Women racked up an impressive 333 for five on their way to a convincing 135-run victory over West Indies Women in their first warm-up match ahead of the 2013 World Cup in Mumbai.

There were half-centuries for Ellyse Villani, Rachael Haynes, Jess Cameron and Lisa Sthalekar and then two wickets apiece for Ellyse Perry and Sthalekar as the West Indies were bowled out for 198.

Openers Villani (50) and Haynes (61) put on 88 before Villani retired, allowing Cameron to come in and top score with 62 in 53 balls. When she was stumped, Sthalekar swiftly added 59 in 58 deliveries before also retiring.

Open an account with bet365 today and qualify for up to £200 in free bets.

Haynes fell to Shemaine Campbelle having faced 73 balls and quick runs were added at the end by Alex Blackwell (27), Jodie Fields (35 not out) and Alyssa Healy (8).

West Indies were quicky in trouble as they slipped to 71 for four and were unable to recover. However, Deandra Dottin smashed 52 in 30 balls to remind everybody what she is capable of but she played a lone hand.

Merissa Aguilleira (32) and Shakera Selman (29 not out) made starts but they fell well short, bowled out in 44.3 overs as Megan Schutt, Holly Ferling, Sarah Coyte and Renee Chappell all took a wicket apiece.

Australia continue their preparations against India tomorrow (29th January) while the West Indies take on a local team.

© Cricket World 2013

Open an account with bet365 today and qualify for up to £200 in free bets with our fantastic 100% Deposit Bonus.

More from Cricket World

 
Darren Bravo (left) has been fined 30 per cent of his match fee

Darren Bravo Fined By ICC

17 September 2014
 
 
 

WWC 2013 Groups

Group A: England, India, Sri Lanka, West Indies

Group B: Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka

Super Six: West Indies, Australia 8 points, England 6 points, New Zealand 4 points, South Africa, Sri Lanka 2 points

Full Fixtures, Stats & Tables