Women's World Cup 2013

The most competitive World Cup

The Women's World Cup was memorable because the powerhouses were challenged by lesser teams, but the game needs significant investment immediately

Australia v West Indies, Women's World Cup final, Mumbai

Dominant in every aspect

Stats highlights from Australia's convincing victory in the final of the 2013 Women's World Cup

Australia v WI, Women's World Cup final, Mumbai

Australia's limping hero

Ellyse Perry aborted her first two attempts at bowling because of an injured ankle, but she fought through to deliver a match-winning spell

No longer lesser teams

One of the features of the 2013 women's World Cup has been the challenge the other teams have posed the top three - Australia, England and New Zealand