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World Cup memories: 2005

Almost famous

Mar 14, 2009: Cricinfo asked former and current women players for their lasting memories from each of the eight World Cups so far. Mithali Raj, the former India captain, revisits the last tournament

Nishi Narayanan

India's finalists return home

Women bask in the limelight

Apr 13, 2005: The Indian women's cricket team, which reached the final of the World Cup in South Africa, was received with much fanfare at a suburban hotel in Mumbai

Anand Vasu

Karen Rolton

'Playing the series in India helped a lot'

Apr 13, 2005: Karen Rolton is happy that her unbeaten century was instrumental in Australia's thumping victory over India, which won them the Women's World Cup

Nagraj Gollapudi

Clark relishes revenge for 2000 defeat

Australia's World Cup heroes return home

Apr 13, 2005: Australia's women cricketers arrived back in Perth with a record fifth World Cup in their possession, and Belinda Clark admitted that it was the defeat in the 2000 tournament that spurred them on in South Africa

ESPNcricinfo staff

Women's World Cup, South Africa, 2005

Simply the best

Apr 10, 2005: The outcome of this World Cup may have been as inevitable as night following day, as obvious as shrimps on the barbie, but the Australians deserve to be saluted for their professionalism and attitude

Jenny Thompson

Australia v India, Women's World Cup final

Indian coach hits out at 'very bad display'

Apr 10, 2005: Sudha Shah, the Indian coach, didn't hide her disappointment and said her team put themselves under pressure for nothing

Nagraj Gollapudi

Australia v India, Women's World Cup final

Sublime Rolton guides Australia to fifth World Cup

Apr 10, 2005: Australia lifted the World Cup for the fifth time after Karen Rolton's crashing 107 not out and four run-outs sunk India at Centurion

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

Women's World Cup final, SuperSport Park, Centurion

Australia on fire ahead of final

Apr 9, 2005: India are in their first World Cup final against Australia, who have been there in all bar one

Preview by Jenny Thompson

Australia v India, Women's World Cup, Final

India ready for the challenge

Apr 9, 2005: The Indians are unperturbed ahead of the big finale tomorrow

Nagraj Gollapudi

Australia v India, Women's World Cup, Final

Australia aim to get Raj early

Apr 9, 2005: Belinda Clark, the Australian captain, has said that her side will target the Indian batting sensation, Mithali Raj, when the two sides clash in the final of the Women's World Cup at Centurion Park on Sunday

ESPNcricinfo staff

The women behind-the-scenes

Two pillars of strength

Apr 7, 2005: Sudha Shah, the Indian team coach and Shubhangi Kulkarni, secretary of the Women's Cricket Association of India (WCAI), have been the pillars from which the girls have derived most of their strength

Anand Vasu

India reach the Women's World Cup final for the first time

'Today was the day I had to do it' - Mithali Raj

Apr 7, 2005: Mithali Raj kept her reputation as the `woman to watch' alive when she lead her team to a strong victory over fancied New Zealand that helped India enter their first World Cup final

Nagraj Gollapudi

New Zealand v India, Women's World Cup semi-final

India reach their first World Cup final

Apr 7, 2005: India set up their very first World Cup final by defeating the holders New Zealand by 40 runs at Potchefstroom

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

India v New Zealand, Women's World Cup semi-final

Testing times lie ahead

Apr 6, 2005: New Zealand are vying to retain the World Cup

Preview by Jenny Thompson

Australia v England, Women's World Cup semi-final, April 5

All to play for at Potchefstroom

Apr 5, 2005: Australia booked their place in the final after shooting England out for 158 at Sedgar's Park

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

Australia v England, Women's World Cup semi-final

Clark steers Australia to final

Apr 5, 2005: Australia booked their place in the final after shooting England out for 158 at Sedgar's Park

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

Australia v England, Women's World Cup semi-final, April 5

All to play for at Potchefstroom

Apr 5, 2005: England's men pulled off a shock defeat against Australia in the semi-final of the Champions Trophy last September

Jenny Thompson

Three matches announced after teams knocked out of World Cup

South Africa and West Indies to contest one-day series

Apr 3, 2005: South Africa will play West Indies next week in a hastily arranged series of three one-dayers after both teams were knocked out of the World Cup in the group phase

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sky to broadcast final stages of World Cup

Apr 3, 2005: The semi-finals and final of the World Cup will be broadcast live on Sky TV

ESPNcricinfo staff

Group Stage - Round Seven

England to face Australia in semi-finals

Apr 3, 2005: Rain washed out all matches in and around Pretoria

ESPNcricinfo staff
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Tournament Results
Aus Women v India Women at Centurion - Apr 10, 2005
Aus Women won by 98 runs
India Women v NZ Women at Potchefstroom - Apr 7, 2005
India Women won by 40 runs
Aus Women v Eng Women at Potchefstroom - Apr 5, 2005
Aus Women won by 5 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)
Aus Women v India Women at Pretoria - Apr 3, 2005
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Eng Women v WI Women at Pretoria - Apr 3, 2005
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Ire. Women v SL Women at Pretoria - Apr 3, 2005
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
SA Women v NZ Women at Pretoria - Apr 3, 2005
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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