ICC Women's World Twenty20, 2nd Semi-Final: Australia Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), Oct 5, 2012
Australia Women won by 28 runs
Played at R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo (neutral venue)
5 October 2012 (20-over match)
  Australia Women innings (20 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal AJ Healy b Daley 0 2 0 0 0.00
0.2 bowled'er. What a big start for West Indies. Terrific bowling. She began with a tossed-up offbreak, and then slipped in the arm ball. Healy stayed back, expecting it to turn away, but the ball angled in sharply, and hit the off stump 0/1
View dismissal MM Lanning c Taylor b Quintyne 19 21 2 0 90.47
7.1 Quintyne strikes first ball. Tossed up, Lanning is down the wicket, gets too close to it, and hits it firmly, but straight to short cover 36/3
View dismissal JE Cameron b Daley 11 11 1 1 100.00
2.6 Timbahhhh. We won't see more big hitting from Cameron. Daley has hit the off stump again. It is the ball that doesn't turn again. Short of a length, just outside off, Cameron goes to make room, and is beaten by the skiddy delivery 14/2
View dismissal LC Sthalekar c Campbelle b Smartt 23 25 1 0 92.00
12.6 talking of Gayle lookalikes, we have just had a women version of Gangnam style. The first slog of the match. Sthalekar doesn't get much power behind it, Campbelle charges in from deep midwicket, takes a tumbling catch, and does her version of Gangnam. Brilliant 68/4
View dismissal AJ Blackwell c & b Quintyne 21 25 1 0 84.00
15.6 More good fielding from West Indies. Quintayne does it all by herself. Blackwell chips down the track, drives it back at her, and Quintayne is not letting this drop 81/5
JM Fields*† not out 19 22 1 0 86.36
View dismissal RL Haynes run out (Mohammed/†Aguilleira) 15 12 0 1 125.00
19.3 from Daley, more good fielding from West Indies. This is a long hop, pulled away to deep square, from where Mohammed lets in a good accurate throw on the bouncer. Haynes tries a difficult second, and while Aguileira seems to have lost control of the ball, it goes onto hit the stumps, and catches Haynes short 111/6
View dismissal EA Osborne run out (Campbelle/†Aguilleira) 1 1 0 0 100.00
19.5 Daley to Fields, Another run-out here. West Indies have been superb in the field. Fields goes all the way across, takes this from middle, plays it to short fine, and runs through. Campbelle is good there, and she gets the throw in soon enough. Aguileira collects it some way off the stumps, but flicks it back to catch Osborne short 112/7
JL Hunter not out 3 1 0 0 300.00
Extras (lb 1, w 2) 3
  Total (7 wickets; 20 overs) 115 (5.75 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
View wickets SF Daley 4 0 23 2 5.75
0.2 to Healy, bowled'er. What a big start for West Indies. Terrific bowling. She began with a tossed-up offbreak, and then slipped in the arm ball. Healy stayed back, expecting it to turn away, but the ball angled in sharply, and hit the off stump 0/1
2.6 to Cameron, Timbahhhh. We won't see more big hitting from Cameron. Daley has hit the off stump again. It is the ball that doesn't turn again. Short of a length, just outside off, Cameron goes to make room, and is beaten by the skiddy delivery 14/2
  SR Taylor 3 0 19 0 6.33 (1w)
  A Mohammed 3 0 20 0 6.66
  SA Campbelle 3 0 15 0 5.00
View wickets SL Quintyne 4 0 23 2 5.75
7.1 to Lanning, Quintyne strikes first ball. Tossed up, Lanning is down the wicket, gets too close to it, and hits it firmly, but straight to short cover 36/3
15.6 to Blackwell, More good fielding from West Indies. Quintayne does it all by herself. Blackwell chips down the track, drives it back at her, and Quintayne is not letting this drop 81/5
View wicket TD Smartt 2 0 7 1 3.50
12.6 to Sthalekar, talking of Gayle lookalikes, we have just had a women version of Gangnam style. The first slog of the match. Sthalekar doesn't get much power behind it, Campbelle charges in from deep midwicket, takes a tumbling catch, and does her version of Gangnam. Brilliant 68/4
  SC Selman 1 0 7 0 7.00
  West Indies Women innings (target: 116 runs from 20 overs) R B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal SR Taylor b Perry 3 11 0 0 27.27
2.6 Timber. Full, straight, 121ks, Taylor drives all around it. Middle stump is gone. Taylor played across the line, and paid the price 13/1
View dismissal JB Nero b Hunter 31 45 4 0 68.88
17.1 and Hunter has made a superb comeback to the bowling crease. She bowls a length ball, Nero sweeps around it, and the leg stump is hit 78/6
View dismissal MR Aguilleira*† lbw b Hunter 2 2 0 0 100.00
4.2 that's dead plumb. Anther lovely outswinger, starts on leg, and hits Aguilleira in front of middle. She hasn't helped her cause by playing straight across the line. One of the easier lbw decisions made this week 17/2
View dismissal DJS Dottin b Perry 6 6 1 0 100.00
6.1 bowled'er. top of off. is that the fame for Australia? Short of a length, on off, Dottin tries to pull it. Not the length, and it squeezes under the bat to hit the off stump. What a bowling change. Australia going after wickets whereas it is so easy in the women's game to sit back and provide no pace and concede around five an over 23/3
View dismissal SA Campbelle run out (Perry) 5 4 1 0 125.00
6.6 Perry to Nero, Do I call it a schoolgirl error? Nero is early into the shot, ends up hitting it softly back towards the non-striker's stumps. Perry tries valiantly for the catch, but only manages to get her fingertips to her. Campbelle, having backed up, is back in the crease, but the bat is in the air, as the deflection hits the stumps 28/3
View dismissal SF Daley c Blackwell b Osborne 25 34 3 0 73.52
16.2 lovely catch at midwicket. And it's Daley, west Indies' all-round player today. How about that catch, though? Daley has got too close to the ball, and doesn't get the elevation she needs. But it is dying on Blackwell at midwicket, who dives forward and to her right to pluck it inches off the ground 76/5
View dismissal SACA King c Perry b Hunter 1 2 0 0 50.00
17.3 another wicket for Hunter. Stacy-Ann King, the Gayle lookalike, especially when she is fielding with her shades on, sweeps this nicely, but finds deep midwicket to perfection. That's two wickets, a run-out and a catch for Perry now. And three wickets for Hunter. Australia doing it with the quicks 79/7
View dismissal TD Smartt c Cameron b Hunter 5 6 0 0 83.33
19.2 Smartt leaves the crease, drives it in the air, and long-on completes a simple enough catch 87/10
View dismissal SL Quintyne lbw b Osborne 2 4 0 0 50.00
18.5 tries the big sweep, is right in front of the stumps, and is out dead plumb leg-before 86/8
View dismissal A Mohammed c Lanning b Hunter 1 2 0 0 50.00
19.1 another wicket, another good catch. Anisa charges at her, but all she manages to do is slice towards mid-off. Lanning runs back from mid-off and takes a safe catch 87/9
SC Selman not out 0 0 0 0 -
Extras (b 1, lb 1, w 4) 6
  Total (all out; 19.2 overs) 87 (4.50 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
View wickets EA Perry 4 0 19 2 4.75 (1w)
2.6 to Taylor, Timber. Full, straight, 121ks, Taylor drives all around it. Middle stump is gone. Taylor played across the line, and paid the price 13/1
6.1 to Dottin, bowled'er. top of off. is that the fame for Australia? Short of a length, on off, Dottin tries to pull it. Not the length, and it squeezes under the bat to hit the off stump. What a bowling change. Australia going after wickets whereas it is so easy in the women's game to sit back and provide no pace and concede around five an over 23/3
  LC Sthalekar 4 0 6 0 1.50
View wickets JL Hunter 3.2 0 22 5 6.60 (2w)
4.2 to Aguilleira, that's dead plumb. Anther lovely outswinger, starts on leg, and hits Aguilleira in front of middle. She hasn't helped her cause by playing straight across the line. One of the easier lbw decisions made this week 17/2
17.1 to Nero, and Hunter has made a superb comeback to the bowling crease. She bowls a length ball, Nero sweeps around it, and the leg stump is hit 78/6
17.3 to King, another wicket for Hunter. Stacy-Ann King, the Gayle lookalike, especially when she is fielding with her shades on, sweeps this nicely, but finds deep midwicket to perfection. That's two wickets, a run-out and a catch for Perry now. And three wickets for Hunter. Australia doing it with the quicks 79/7
19.1 to Mohammed, another wicket, another good catch. Anisa charges at her, but all she manages to do is slice towards mid-off. Lanning runs back from mid-off and takes a safe catch 87/9
19.2 to Smartt, Smartt leaves the crease, drives it in the air, and long-on completes a simple enough catch 87/10
View wickets EA Osborne 4 0 20 2 5.00
16.2 to Daley, lovely catch at midwicket. And it's Daley, west Indies' all-round player today. How about that catch, though? Daley has got too close to the ball, and doesn't get the elevation she needs. But it is dying on Blackwell at midwicket, who dives forward and to her right to pluck it inches off the ground 76/5
18.5 to Quintyne, tries the big sweep, is right in front of the stumps, and is out dead plumb leg-before 86/8
  JL Jonassen 4 0 18 0 4.50 (1w)

Match details


Toss - Australia Women, who chose to bat
Series - Australia Women advanced
Player of the match - EA Perry (Australia Women)
Umpires - BF Bowden (New Zealand) and AL Hill (New Zealand)
TV umpire - NJ Llong (England)
Match referee - GF Labrooy
Reserve umpire - M Erasmus (South Africa)

Match Notes


    • Australia Women innings
    • Powerplay: Overs 0.1 - 6.0 (Mandatory - 31 runs, 2 wickets)
    • Australia Women 50 runs in 9.4 overs
    • Australia Women 100 runs in 18.4 overs
    • Innings Break: Australia Women - 115/7 in 20.0 overs (JM Fields 21, JL Hunter 3)
    • West Indies Women innings
    • Powerplay: Overs 0.1 - 6.0 (Mandatory - 26 runs, 0 wicket)
    • West Indies Women 50 runs in 10.4 overs
 
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