After Mithali Raj led from the front with an unbeaten 73, the Indian Women bowlers came up with a clinical performance to restrict Pakistan Women to 104 for six in the final of the Asian Cricket Council Women's Asia Cup game in Bangkok.
A composed 62 from Mithali Raj followed by three-wicket hauls from Preeti Bose and Ekta Bisht was handy for India Women as they trounced Sri Lanka Women by 52 runs to seal a berth in the final of the Asian Cricket Council's Women's Asia Cup tournament.
Pakistan Women and Sri Lanka Women came up with another dominant bowling performances as they defeated Bangladesh Women and Thailand Women respectively in their Asian Cricket Council Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup in Bangkok.
Ellyse Perry scored an important 56 and also picked three wickets as Australia Women completed a 4-0 series win by virtue of their 46-run victory in the fifth One-Day International against South Africa Women in Coffs Harbour.
Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu shared seven wickets between them as New Zealand Women successfully defended 127 runs to ensure a 12-run win in the first One-Day International against South Africa Women in Kimberley.
Our review of the latest ICC World Twenty20 2014 action looks back at India's eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh that qualified them for the semi-finals and an outstanding day for West Indian cricket.
Our latest news ICC World Twenty20 2014 video update reviews a dramatic day which saw wins for England and South Africa in the men's competition as well as Australia and New Zealand in the women's tournament.