2nd Quarter-Final, Incheon, Sep 23 2014, Asian Games Women's Cricket Competition
(17.2/20 ov, target 150)
SL Women won by 82 runs
HKG-W Innings
Full commentary

Sri Lanka's Women move through to the semi-finals of the Asian Games where they play the winner of the quarter-final between Bangladesh and Nepal which will be played tomorrow. Sri Lanka blasted from the start and even if had Hong Kong had held their chances it might have been a case of out of the frying pan into the fire, Sri Lanka were relentless in their hitting and running all the way down the order.

Hong Kong themselves started positively but once the first wicket fell the others tumbled and though they can take quite some credit from this game for their attitude and competence, its Sri Lanka who were the better side. Thank you for being with us, we at the Asian Cricket Council via Cricinfo bid you goodbye from Incheon until tomorrow when we have the other two women's quarter-finals, Pakistan v Thailand and Bangladesh v Nepal.

Siriwardene to Li, OUT
plays around a straight one, ball doesn't get up too high, leg stump topples
KLG Li b Siriwardene 0 (3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
Siriwardene to Li, no run
end of over 172 runs • 1 wicket
HKG-W: 67/9CRR: 3.94 • RRR: 27.66 • Need 83 runs from 18b
Godiva Li0 (1)
Yee Shan To6 (16)
Inoka Ranaweera4-0-9-1
Shashikala Siriwardene3-1-13-3
Ranaweera to Li, 1 leg bye
short and down leg, gloved round fine
Ranaweera to Hung Ying Ho, OUT
big appeal for lbw, ball beats the cross-bat swat
Hung Ying Ho lbw b Ranaweera 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
Ranaweera to To, 1 run
Hong Kong's first run after 13 deliveries
Ranaweera to To, no run
Ranaweera to To, no run
Ranaweera to To, no run
slow loopy delivery, driven to mid on