Beth Mooney in action. ©ICC

Brisbane Heat had already cemented their spot in the semi-final and now have triumphed over Sydney Thunder by 3 wickets at Cazaly’s Stadium, Cairns. Brisbane Heat won the toss and elected to field, putting Sydney Thunder into bat. The decision wasn’t fruitful initially for Heat as Thunder opener Rachel Priest hit back to back boundaries 

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Sydney Thunder defeated Melbourne Renegades by 6 wickets to register another win of the tournament at Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney and secure the first place in the point table. Thunder won the toss and chose to field first. Put into bat, Melbourne Renegades Sophie Molineux and Danielle Wyatt started the innings with a great pace 

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Brisbane Heat claimed an easy win over Adelaide Strikers at Harrup Park, Mackay. After Adelaide Strikers elected to field first, openers Grace Harris and Beth Mooney started off well but failed to capitalize that as Strikers’ struck in the fifth over. In-form opener Mooney went for mere 6 by giving a short extra cover catch 

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Perth Scorchers claimed another two valuable points by triumphing over Sydney Thunder by 6 wickets at Lilac Hill Park, Perth. Perth Scorchers won the toss and elected to field first. Putting Sydney Thunder into bat, Scorchers’ decision didn’t go with their plans as openers Rachel Priest and Rachael Haynes got off a good start. Both of them accelerated the innings from 

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Brisbane Heat defeated Sydney Sixers by 66 runs to register another win of the tournament at Hurstville Oval, Sydney. After having lost in the previous game against Sixers, Heat bounced back wonderfully. In a horror match for the Sixers, they collapsed to 88 all out. Heat won the toss and chose to bat first. For 

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Brisbane Heat defeated Melbourne Renegades by 21 runs to register their second victory of the tournament on a cloudy summer day in Geelong. Having stayed at the bottom of the table, Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades played their heart out trying to secure the much-needed points. Having won the toss, Heat chose to bat first. 

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Bangladesh captain Salma Khatun’s three-wicket haul went in vain as some economical spells from South Africa bowlers guide Proteas to a comfortable win in the final group match on November 19 at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia. On the last day of the group stages of World T20 showed some good intensity matches. Bangladesh 

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Windies record an 84-run win over Sri Lanka and qualify for the semi-finals of World T20. Hayley Matthews’ all-round performances thrashed their opponent at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia on November 17. Batting first, Windies got off a flying start. Openers Hayley Matthews and Deandra Dottin started hitting all around the park from the very 

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