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Goswami's Girls Aim To Go One Better

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The ‘2005 Women's Cricket World Cup’ was a dream run for the Indian eves as they finished second, only behind Australia. But this time they aren’t leaving a single stone unturned, thriving to go one better. The Indian women showed some resilience and a lot of nerve when they defeated the tournament hosts and favorites Australia by 16 runs, soon after they had been routed by England.
India is currently coming 2nd in the Super Six Table with 4 points in their kitty, two below England and marginally over New Zealand, Australia, Pakistan and the West Indies with all teams having two matches left.
India next plays the white ferns(NZ) at the North Sydney Oval on March the 19
and the Windies two days later. To qualify for the finals, they have to either win both the matches or at least defeat New Zealand and also maintain a good Net Run Rate.
The top two teams from the Super Six will play in the Finals on the 22nd and lets hope India is one of them.

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