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ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin

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ICC Women’s World Cup: The ICC Women’s World Cup is already underway and a lot of teams are competing for the premier title. Australia, India, and England are the major favorites.

However, the Australian women’s team went on to start their proceedings on strong terms. They were coming into this game after performing strongly against their neighbors New Zealand in the warm-up game before the league stage.

Australia Women went on to score a massive 321 runs in the first innings. Meg Lanning scored 87 runs from 86 balls with a strike rate of 101.16 thus playing a captain’s innings in the middle. Her team put up 321 runs in the first innings.

New Zealand Women too had an excellent start to the second innings. They too were scoring at a far higher rate of pace. Sophie Devine stole the show with their classic attacking innings. She went on to score 161 runs from 117 balls with a strike rate of 137.61.

ICC Women's World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin
ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin

And New Zealand Women eventually won the game by nine wickets and 41 balls remaining. Despite, a stellar performance Australia could not seal the deal. But they learned a lot from this warm-up game.

Australia Women did not repeat the same mistakes against England in their opening game. They went on to clean up their Ashes rivals by beating them by 12 runs. Rachael Haynes won the MOTM award for her century.

ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King bowls a beautiful leg-spin

It was a day of grief for Australia and the cricketing world as well. Shane Warne passed away at the stroke of the midnight hours in the Australian subcontinent. Everyone was shocked to witness what was unfolding in the wee hours.

Australian spinner Alana King paid tribute to the legendary leg spinner after picking a wicket. She went on to bowl an exact leg-spin like Shane Warne was known for. Alana King then touched her armband remembering Shane Warne.

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ICC Women’s World Cup: The ICC Women’s World Cup is already underway and a lot of teams are competing for the premier title. Australia, India, and England are the major favorites.

However, the Australian women’s team went on to start their proceedings on strong terms. They were coming into this game after performing strongly against their neighbors New Zealand in the warm-up game before the league stage.

Australia Women went on to score a massive 321 runs in the first innings. Meg Lanning scored 87 runs from 86 balls with a strike rate of 101.16 thus playing a captain’s innings in the middle. Her team put up 321 runs in the first innings.

New Zealand Women too had an excellent start to the second innings. They too were scoring at a far higher rate of pace. Sophie Devine stole the show with their classic attacking innings. She went on to score 161 runs from 117 balls with a strike rate of 137.61.

ICC Women's World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin
ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin

And New Zealand Women eventually won the game by nine wickets and 41 balls remaining. Despite, a stellar performance Australia could not seal the deal. But they learned a lot from this warm-up game.

Australia Women did not repeat the same mistakes against England in their opening game. They went on to clean up their Ashes rivals by beating them by 12 runs. Rachael Haynes won the MOTM award for her century.

ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King bowls a beautiful leg-spin

It was a day of grief for Australia and the cricketing world as well. Shane Warne passed away at the stroke of the midnight hours in the Australian subcontinent. Everyone was shocked to witness what was unfolding in the wee hours.

Australian spinner Alana King paid tribute to the legendary leg spinner after picking a wicket. She went on to bowl an exact leg-spin like Shane Warne was known for. Alana King then touched her armband remembering Shane Warne.

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ICC Women’s World Cup: The ICC Women’s World Cup is already underway and a lot of teams are competing for the premier title. Australia, India, and England are the major favorites.

However, the Australian women’s team went on to start their proceedings on strong terms. They were coming into this game after performing strongly against their neighbors New Zealand in the warm-up game before the league stage.

Australia Women went on to score a massive 321 runs in the first innings. Meg Lanning scored 87 runs from 86 balls with a strike rate of 101.16 thus playing a captain’s innings in the middle. Her team put up 321 runs in the first innings.

New Zealand Women too had an excellent start to the second innings. They too were scoring at a far higher rate of pace. Sophie Devine stole the show with their classic attacking innings. She went on to score 161 runs from 117 balls with a strike rate of 137.61.

ICC Women's World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin
ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King pays tribute to Shane Warne after taking wicket through leg-spin

And New Zealand Women eventually won the game by nine wickets and 41 balls remaining. Despite, a stellar performance Australia could not seal the deal. But they learned a lot from this warm-up game.

Australia Women did not repeat the same mistakes against England in their opening game. They went on to clean up their Ashes rivals by beating them by 12 runs. Rachael Haynes won the MOTM award for her century.

ICC Women’s World Cup: Alana King bowls a beautiful leg-spin

It was a day of grief for Australia and the cricketing world as well. Shane Warne passed away at the stroke of the midnight hours in the Australian subcontinent. Everyone was shocked to witness what was unfolding in the wee hours.

Australian spinner Alana King paid tribute to the legendary leg spinner after picking a wicket. She went on to bowl an exact leg-spin like Shane Warne was known for. Alana King then touched her armband remembering Shane Warne.

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