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Cricket: Aussie women win World Cup as Perry, Cameron excel

Ellyse Perry took three wickets and Jess Cameron scored a half-century to help Australia clinch the women's World Cup for the sixth time with a 114-run win over the West Indies in the final on Sunday. Cameron smashed two sixes and eight fours in her 76-ball 75 as Australia posted 259-7, the highest total in the final, before dismissing the West Indies for 145 in the day-night match in Mumbai.

Cricket: Aussie women win World Cup as Perry, Cameron excel

Ellyse Perry took three wickets and Jess Cameron scored a half-century to help Australia clinch the women's World Cup for the sixth time with a 114-run win over the West Indies in the final on Sunday. Cameron smashed two sixes and eight fours in her 76-ball 75 as Australia posted 259-7, the highest total in the final, before dismissing the West Indies for 145 in the day-night match in Mumbai.

Cricket: Australia win women's World Cup

Australia clinched the women's World Cup for the sixth time when they defeated the West Indies by 114 runs in the final in Mumbai on Sunday. Australia, electing to bat, scored 259-7 before dismissing the West Indies for 145 in the day-night match. Brief scores: Australia 259-7 in 50 overs (Jess Cameron 75, Rachael Haynes 52, Jodie Fields 36 not out, Meg Lanning 31, Ellyse Perry 25 not out; Shaquana Quintyne 3-27)

Cricket: Women's World Cup results

Results and standings after Sunday's matches in the Super Sixes round of the women's World Cup: In Mumbai Australia beat Sri Lanka by nine wickets Sri Lanka 131 all out in 45.2 overs (Deepika Rasangika 43, Dilani Manodara 21; Erin Osborne 3-9, Lisa Sthalekar 2-26) Australia 132-1 in 22.2 overs (Rachael Haynes 71 not out, Meg Lanning 37, Jess Cameron 22 not out; Sripali Weerakkody 1-21) In Cuttack England beat South Africa by seven wickets South Africa 77 all out in 29.3 overs (Dane van Niekerk 17 not out; Anya Shrubsole 5-17, Danielle Wyatt 3-7)

Cricket: Women's World Cup results

Results from the Women's World Cup matches on Friday: In Mumbai Group A Sri Lanka beat England by one wicket England 238-8 in 50 overs (Jenny Gunn 52, Amy Jones 41, Heather Knight 38, Arran Brindle 31; Chamani Seneviratna 2-35, Eshani Kaushalya 2-49, Shashikala Siriwardene 2-62) Sri Lanka 244-9 in 50 overs (Chamari Atapattu 62, Eshani Kaushalya 56, Yasoda Mendis 46, Shashikala Siriwardene 34; Katherine Brunt 2-36, Georgia Elwiss 2-39, Arran Brindle 2-38) In Cuttack Group B New Zealand beat South Africa by 150 runs
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