5.40 pm That's 4-0 to Australia women against West Indies women. But there is still another match to go today in the World T20. It will be Sri Lanka v West Indies in the men's semi-final so stay turned to that. But from here, this is Alagappan Muthu, signing off
Marty: "Australia got there through the bowling and fielding - only 4 extras conceded compared to the 15 by the WI - a big factor!"
"We knew coming in they were very dangerous. They showed what a great side they have,"Meg Lanning says. "We just thought we'd have a left hander up top and it kind of worked as well. Something to think about. Healy was an important innings, she was hitting the ball well. Dottin can clear the rope easily, but once I say Oz was under it I was sure she would take it. Excited, another opportunity for us to win and we've got a great side, no easy matches and we're looking forward to the final"
"Disappointing, but still we are proud of making this far,"Merissa Aguilleira says, "We came to the semi-final and the girls did very well. We had a good tour of New Zealand before this. The hope was always there, we went out there and we only fell eight short. Australia played a great match. It was a really good experience, especially playing in Sylhet. Hopefully we can keep our run continuing. We know the flag is still flying high with the men's team and we are going to stay back to support them"
Erin Osborne is Player of the Match, for her 1 for 18 and a lovely catch in the deep. "Nervous with Dottin, she's one of the cleanest hitters, luckily it was to the biggest side of the ground otherwise it would have been over my head. She's very talented, we were quite frightful of her. Stacy batted really well as well. There was belief in our group, obviously we went through some tough group matches that helped us. It was an under par total, but it's a great feeling nice to contribute to the team. Hopefully history in finals will holds us well"
5.30 pm Hugs all round for Australia, but at the other dressing room the girls are on their knees, heads in hands. Such stack pictures in Mirpur. I wouldn't be surprised if the emotion hasn't gotten the better of them. The West Indies captain Merissa Aguilleira is very glum. Australia's experience wins out, they got those fuller balls in at the death and the wicket of the big-hitting Deandra Dottin in the end swung the match firmly in their favor. Stacy Ann-King was impressive as well, but the target ended up being a little beyond their reach
Ravi Nair: "Thanks James. I'm working on those lottery numbers now!"
James: "Ravi Nair still looks on the money." Tense scenes at the West Indies dugout
All four fielders inside the circle are on the off side
This is it. 14 off 6. Aguilleira was talking about execution at the toss, can she pull this off. It's Farrell. The West Indies men's team have made their way out and are making some noise for the women
Hussam: "Have we ever had a super over in Women's World T20I or any T20I for that matter?"
Toby Pearl: "King Dottin served West Indies Well..."
King is batting out of her crease, remember
Captain Merissa Aguilleira is at the crease now, with 20 off 10 needed
Lanning and Coyte discussing tactics against Dottin
21 off 12 now, Coyte to finish her spell. Mini-conference about field placements
Ankit: "I just wonder why Faulkner said those things. Even women's are now ready to beat them up.
Zuch: "'Osborne to King'. Feels like being in a concert.`"
Loads of clapping from the West Indies dugout
King is batting out of her crease to the spinner
30 from three overs. Still very tight.