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2nd Semi-Final (D/N), Gros Islet, May 14 2010, ICC Women's World Twenty20
(20 ov, target 181)124/8
NZ Women won by 56 runs
Player Of The Match
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• The Bulletin by Peter English

McGlashan fires New Zealand into final

New Zealand will resume their long-term rivalry with Australia in Sunday's Women's World Twenty20 final

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Scorecard summary
New Zealand Women180/5(20 overs)
West Indies Women124/8(20 overs)
end of over 206 runs
WI-W: 124/8CRR: 6.20 
Shemaine Campbelle9 (9)
Anisa Mohammed4 (7)
Suzie Bates 1-0-6-0
Sophie Devine 3-0-12-0

Thoroughly professional performance from New Zealand there. The West Indies chase started brightly as Stafanie Taylor got off to flier, but wickets kept falling around her and when she was runout by McGlashan, the game was up for the home side.

Merissa Aguilleira says she's proud of her team for getting this far but concedes that 180 was a touch too much to chase. She thanks the crowds, who have been excellent all tournament, for all their support.

Aimee Watkins thinks McGlashan's innings proved the difference and says that West Indies had a good tournament. After losing in the final last time round, Watkins says she hopes to go one better on Sunday.

Well, it's all set up for Sunday then. Twenty20 finals day and it should be a cracker. In the meantime, Peter English has a bulletin to summarise all the action from this match, and there is even a gallery for a photo recollection of the events. That's all from us, I hope you'll join us on Sunday.

19.6
1
Bates to Campbelle, 1 run

well that's it, all over for West Indies. Campbelle collects a single to finish, but this game was over a long time ago. The players shake hands and New Zealand set up a final against local rivals Australia in Barbados on Sunday

19.5
1
Bates to Anisa Mohammed, 1 run

gets one here, and the game is almost up, worked down the ground for a gentle single

19.4
Bates to Anisa Mohammed, no run

back of a length this time, Mohammed trying to force it away into the off side but can't pierce the field

19.4
1w
Bates to Anisa Mohammed, 1 wide

Bates gets her line slightly wrong here, arrowed too far down the leg side

19.3
1
Bates to Campbelle, 1 run

another big shot attempted, fast hands through the ball, but it clips the inside edge and runs away for a single down to fine leg

19.2
1
Bates to Anisa Mohammed, 1 run

nicely played by Mohammed, edging down the wicket and driving to long on

19.1
1
Bates to Campbelle, 1 run

first ball swung off the top edge down to third man for one

end of over 194 runs
WI-W: 118/8CRR: 6.21 RRR: 63.00
Anisa Mohammed2 (4)
Shemaine Campbelle6 (6)
Sophie Devine 3-0-12-0
Aimee Watkins 4-0-26-3
18.6
Devine to Anisa Mohammed, no run

good slower ball to finish the over, Mohammed waited for it and tapped it back to the bowler

18.5
1
Devine to Campbelle, 1 run

Campbelle shovels this away for a single, good bowling from Devine, giving her no room to swing her arms

18.4
1
Devine to Anisa Mohammed, 1 run

Mohammed doesn't time this very well, but it skews away for one into the long-on region

18.3
Devine to Anisa Mohammed, no run

good away swinger here, bends past the outside edge of Mohammed's hanging bat

18.2
1
Devine to Campbelle, 1 run

Campbelle actually looking quite secure out there, but at this stage it's too late, this is driven down to long off for one

18.1
1
Devine to Anisa Mohammed, 1 run

Devine finding a touch of outswing, Mohammed drives into off side for a single

end of over 185 runs • 1 wicket
WI-W: 114/8CRR: 6.33 RRR: 33.50
Shemaine Campbelle4 (4)
Aimee Watkins 4-0-26-3
Lucy Doolan 4-0-20-2
17.6
W
Watkins to Daley, OUT

gone this time, Daley looking for another big swipe into the midwicket region, but only manages a top edge that loops easily down the the fielder and New Zealand are almost home now

Shanel Daley c Browne b Watkins 15 (21b 0x4 0x6) SR: 71.42
17.5
1
Watkins to Campbelle, 1 run

Campbelle advances down the wicket and drives down the ground, collects one to long off

17.4
1
Watkins to Daley, 1 run

massive swipe attempted by Daley to a ball landing outside leg stump, didn't really connect well and it loops down to fine leg

17.3
1
Watkins to Campbelle, 1 run

Campbelle can't really find the boundary, more content to turn the strike back to Daley, nudging it away into the off side

17.2
1
Watkins to Daley, 1 run

Daley gets down on one knee and swipes this down to midwicket for one

17.1
1
Watkins to Campbelle, 1 run

Campbelle watches this carefully and turns it into the leg side for a gentle single

end of over 175 runs • 1 wicket
WI-W: 109/7CRR: 6.41 RRR: 24.00
Shanel Daley13 (18)
Shemaine Campbelle1 (1)
Lucy Doolan 4-0-20-2
Aimee Watkins 3-0-21-2
16.6
2
Doolan to Daley, 2 runs

good shot again from Daley, this time edging down the wicket and clipping firmly in front of square on the leg side for a couple

Best performances - batters
Sara McGlashan portrait
SJ McGlashan NZ-W
84 runs (55)
6 fours
2 sixes
Control81%
Productive shot
on side drive on front foot
26 runs
2 fours
2 sixes
102066102516
Stafanie Taylor portrait
SR Taylor WI-W
40 runs (33)
3 fours
2 sixes
Control80%
Productive shot
leg glance
12 runs
0 four
1 six
266040814
Best performances - bowlers
Aimee Watkins portrait
AL Watkins NZ-W
O
4
M
0
R
26
W
3
ECO
6.5
Nicola Browne portrait
NJ Browne NZ-W
O
4
M
1
R
20
W
2
ECO
5
Match details
Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia
TossWest Indies Women, elected to field first
SeriesICC Women's World Twenty20
Season2010
Player Of The Match
Sara McGlashan
Sara McGlashan
Series resultNew Zealand Women advanced
Match numberWT20I no. 75
Hours of play (local time)16.00 start, First Session 16.00-17.15, Interval 17.15-17.30, Second Session 17.30-18.45
Match days14 May 2010 - daynight (20-over match)
Umpires
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Asoka de Silva
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Rod Tucker
TV Umpire
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Shavir Tarapore
Reserve Umpire
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Marais Erasmus
Match Referee
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Andy Pycroft