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IWCC World Cup, 2005, South Africa

Dates: 22 March to 10 April 2005 Current Champions, New Zealand, along with Australia, England, India, Ireland, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies take part in the eighth Women's Cricket World Cup.
Previous winners include Australia (1977, 1982, 1988 and 1997), England (1973 and 1993) and New Zealand (2000).


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Karen Rolton became only the second player to make a century in a Women's World Cup final as Australia outclassed India by 98 runs to win the trophy. Rolton hit 11 fours in her 107 not out off 138 balls at Centurion Park. She put on 139 for the fourth wicket with Indian-born Lisa Sthalekar, who was caught and bowled in the final over of Australia's innings for 55.
Four run outs wrecked India's hopes and Cathryn Fitzpatrick picked up two late wickets as they were all out for 117. Women's World Cup final, Supersport Park, Centurion: Australia 215-4 (50 overs) beat India 117 (46 overs) by 98 runs Score Board

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India upset holders in Women's World Semi; to face Australia in Final

India reached the Women's World Cup final for the first time as captain Mithali Raj inspired them to a 40-run victory over holders New Zealand.
Rachel Pullar took 4-39 for the Kiwis but India reached 204-6 thanks to Raj's 91 not out, which included nine fours.
New Zealand slumped to 37-4 in reply and although Maria Fahey battled to an unbeaten 73, they were all out for 164. Women's World Cup semi-final, Potchefstroom: India 204-6 (50 overs) beat New Zealand 164 (43.3 overs) by 40 runs

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India to face World Champs in Semi today

Captain Mithali Raj believes India are poised to beat New Zealand and advance to the final of the Women's World Cup for the first time. "We lost to them in a group match but the girls are very confident this time," Raj told BBC Sport ahead of Thursday's semi at Potchefstroom.
"We have the world's best spinners and they will play an important role." The final between the winners of this match and Australia takes place on Sunday at Centurion.

Australia in Final

Riding on the 62-run knock of skipper Belinda Clarke Australia moved into the final of the Women's Cricket World Cup after defeating arch-rivals England by five wickets at the Supersport Park in Pretoria.
Australia reached the victory target of 159 for loss of five wickets in 47 overs after England, put in to bat by Clarke, were bundled out in 49.4 overs.

India progress to last four

India moved into the Women's World Cup semi-finals with a comfortable victory over West Indies at Harlequins. They bowled out their opponents for 135 and then cruised to 139-2 in reply as Anju Jain hit 68 not out. It was even easier for favourites Australia, who took only 14 overs to reach 68-0 after restricting Ireland to 66-8 in a full 50 overs. The omens did not look good for Sri Lanka as their top three batters departed for ducks against the tournament hosts. Fernando carried her bat to the end of the innings for 78 not out. South Africa faced a target of 159 but they collapsed to 126 all out as de Alwis took 3-19.

England women outplayed by India

England suffered their first setback of the Women's World Cup as Anjum Chopra and Rumeli Dhar steered India to a seven-wicket win at the Laudium Oval.
Chasing a modest target of 140, India reached 141-3 in the 46th over with Chopra 64 not out and Dhar on 42. Jhulan Goswami (4-27) and Neetu David (3-23) had earlier played the leading roles as England were all out for 139.
Scores: India 141-3 (45.5 overs) beat England 139 (49.3 overs) by seven wickets.

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Indian Women beat South Africa

Spinners Deepa Marathe and Neetu David claimed six wickets between them for just nine runs as India defeated South Africa by four wickets in Women's Cricket World Cup match at the Technikon grounds in Pretoria.
Player of the match Marathe claimed four wickets in her six overs while giving away just one run in the bargain while David returned with figures of 2 for eight as India skittled out the hosts for 80 runs in 34.3 overs.
In other matches, Sri Lanka lost to New Zealand by seven wickets. Sri Lanka scored just 58 in 34.3 overs which the defending champions overhauled in 18.4 overs. England continued their winning ways too when they trounced Ireland by 128 runs. England scored 221 for six in their 50 overs, and then managed to restrict Ireland to 93 for eight.
At Rustenberg near Pretoria, Australia defeated West Indies by 79 runs.

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Eighth Women's Cricket World Cup

The IWCC Women's Cricket World Cup will take place in South Africa from 22 March to 10 April 2005.
The holders, New Zealand, will have to overcome Australia, England, India, Ireland, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies to retain the title they won on home soil in 2000.
This will be the eighth Women's Cricket World Cup. Aside from New Zealand, only Australia (1977, 1982, 1988 and 1997) and England (1973 and 1993) have lifted the trophy. In the 2005 competition eight teams will play each other once in a round-robin format before the top teams progress semi-finals and a final. In Picture: Belinda Clark of Australia and Clare Connor of England shake hands ahead of the opening game of the eighth IWCC World Cup at the Technikon Oval in Pretoria, South Africa.

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Mithali Raj to lead India in WC

Mithali Raj was named the captain of the Indian women's cricket team for next month's World Cup as Women's Cricket Association of India announced a 14-member squad for the mega event to be held in South Africa.
Mithali took over the reins of captaincy from Karnataka's Mamta Maben, WCAI secretary Shubangi Kulkarni said in a release adding the team would be coached by former captain and all rounder Sudha Shah of Tamil Nadu. India squad: Mithali Raj (Captain), Jaya Sharma, Hemalata Kala, Neetu David, Nooshin Al Khadeer, Amita Sharma, Deepa Marathe, Rumali Dhar, Arundhati Kirkire, Anju Jain, Jhulan Goswami, Anjum Chopra, Karuna Jain, Reema Malhotra.

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Rolton sets up Aussie victory

An unbeaten century by Karen Rolton has helped Australia win the Women's World Cup after they beat India by 98 runs in the final in Pretoria on Sunday. Australia recovered from a precarious 2-31 to reach 4-215 off their 50 overs. India collapsed to 6-64 before being all out for 117 in the 46th over.
The Australian victory may finally alleviate some of their agony in losing to New Zealand by four runs in the final four years ago. Rolton admitted to the Herald prior to the tournament that that loss had haunted her. India were playing in their first Women's World Cup final after eliminating the 2000 champions New Zealand in the semi-finals.
Australia Women beat India Women by 98 runs
Australia Women won the toss and decided to bat
215 for 4 (50.0 overs)
117 all out (46.0 overs)

Australia Women Innings
Batsman
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
B J Clark c A Jain b A Sharma
19
33 3 0
L M Keightley c R Dhar b J Goswami
5
19 1 0
K L Rolton not out
 
107
128 11 0
M Jones lbw b N David
17
47 3 0
L C Sthalekar c and b R Dhar
55
75 2 0
A J Blackwell not out
 
4
2 0 0
Extras
 
4nb 2w 2lb 8
 
Total
 
for 4 215
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
J Goswami 9.0 2 45 1
A Sharma 10.0 2 39 1
R Dhar 6.0 0 34 1
N Al Khader 10.0 1 35 0
N David 10.0 1 39 1
D M Marathe 5.0 0 21 0
Fall of wicket
Batsman
24 B J Clark
31 L M Keightley
71 M Jones
210 L C Sthalekar

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India Women Innings
Batsman
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A Jain c L C Sthalekar b C R Smith
29
52 4 0
J Sharma run out
 
5
26 0 0
A Chopra run out
 
10
31 1 0
M Raj lbw b S Nitschke
6
14 0 0
R Dhar run out
 
6
12 1 0
H Kala run out
 
3
13 0 0
A Sharma lbw b L C Sthalekar
22
51 3 0
J Goswami c (sub) b C L Fitzpatrick
18
38 2 0
D M Marathe not out
 
7
24 0 0
N David
 
b C L Fitzpatrick
0
7 0 0
N Al Khader
 
b S Nitschke
0
8 0 0
Extras
 
1nb 5w 2b 3lb 11
 
Total
 
all out 117
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
C L Fitzpatrick 8.0 1 23 2
C R Smith 10.0 4 20 1
J Hayes 10.0 1 28 0
S Nitschke 9.0 2 14 2
K L Rolton 5.0 1 9 0
L C Sthalekar 4.0 1 18 1
Fall of wicket
Batsman
14 J Sharma
39 A Jain
54 A Chopra
59 M Raj
63 R Dhar
64 H Kala
93 A Sharma
115 J Goswami
116 N David
117 N Al Khader

Live Cricket Umpires: S George, Z Ndamane
Australia Women: B J Clark, L M Keightley, K L Rolton, M Jones, L C Sthalekar, A J Blackwell, C L Fitzpatrick, J C Price, J Hayes, S Nitschke, C R Smith
India Women: A Jain, J Sharma, M Raj, A Chopra, R Dhar, H Kala, A Sharma, D M Marathe, J Goswami, N David, N Al Khader


IWCC World Cup Fixtures

Dates: 22 March to 10 April 2005

Date Team Team Venue
16-Mar Arrival of Teams
17-Mar Practice Sessions
18-Mar Warm-up Games New Zealand v Easterns WITBANK
    Australia v Northerns HOFMEYR PARK
    England v Gauteng/NW POTCHEFSTROOM
    South Africa v WP/Boland POTCHEFSTROOM
    India v Eastern Cape ALOE PARK
    Sri Lanka v Kwa Zulu Natal TECHNIKON B
    Ireland v Free State/Griq SINOVILLE
    West Indies v SA U 19 MAMELODI
19-Mar Practice Sessions (morning) and Development Clinics (afternoon)
20-Mar Warm up Games New Zealand v SA U 19 WITBANK
    Australia v Free state/Griq ALOE PARK
    England v WP/Boland POTCHEFSTROOM
    South Africa v Gauteng/NW POTCHEFSTROOM
    India v Kwa Zulu Natal MAMELODI
    Sri Lanka v Easterns WILLOMORE PARK
    Ireland v Northerns SINOVILLE
    West Indies v Eastern Cape TECHNIKON B
21-Mar Practice Sessions + Opening Ceremony
22-Mar Match Day 1 South Africa v Ireland SUPERSPORT PARK
    New Zealand v West Indies HARLEQUINS
    Sri Lanka v India CENTURION LAUDIUM
    England v Australia TECHNIKON A
23-Mar Rest Day
24-Mar Match Day 2 South Africa v West Indies CENTURION LAUDIUM
    India V Ireland TECHNIKON A
    New Zealand v Australia LC OVAL
    England v Sri Lanka HARLEQUINS
25-Mar Practice Sessions
26-Mar Match Day 3 Australia v West Indies RUSTENBURG
    England v Ireland EERSTERUST CRICKET CLUB
    South Africa v India TECHNIKON A
    New Zealand v Sri Lanka HARLEQUINS
27-Mar Practice Sessions
28-Mar Match Day 4 England v India LAUDIUM OVAL
    Sri Lanka v West Indies WILLOMORE PARK
    South Africa v Australia LC OVAL
    New Zealand v Ireland HARLEQUINS
29-Mar Practice Sessions - optional
30-Mar Match Day 5 West Indies v Ireland LAUDIUM OVAL
    South Africa v England HARLEQUINS
    Australia v Sri Lanka LC OVAL
    India v New Zealand TECHNICON OVAL
31-Mar Rest Day
01-Apr Match Day 6 India v West Indies HARLEQUINS
    South Africa v Sri Lanka TECHNIKON OVAL
    England v New Zealand LC OVAL
    Australia v Ireland EERSTERUST CRICKET CLUB
02-Apr Practice Sessions + IWCC Council Meeting
03-Apr Match Day 7 England v West Indies HARLEQUINS
    Sri Lanka v Ireland TECHNICON OVAL
    Australia v India CENTURION LAUDIUM
    South Africa v New Zealand LC OVAL
04-Apr

Teams 5, 6, 7 and 8 depart
Remaining teams travel to Potchefstroom
Practice sessions

05-Apr Semi Final 1 1 v 4 POTCHEFSTROOM
06-Apr Reserve Day        
07-Apr Semi Final 2 2 v 3 POTCHEFSTROOM
08-Apr Reserve Day        
10-Apr FINAL (and Farewell Dinner)       SUPERSPORT PARK
11-Apr Reserve Day        
12-Apr Teams Depart        

Harbhajan Singh Memorabilia

Singh's Magnificent Hat Trick

On the 1st Day of the 2nd Test, India versus Australia, in March 2001, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, Harbhajan Singh achieved what no other Indian cricketer had ever done - he snared a magnificent Hat Trick.
Limited Edition Magnificent photographic collage of the three dismissals with the hat trick at Calcutta capturing photograph in each piece being personally signed by Harbhajan Singh. Each piece .encased in a timber frame with Perspex glazing and is supported by A-Tag microchip authentication technology, and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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