Australia vs West Indies: Highlights

Updated: 17 February 2013 22:19 IST

Ellyse Perry (3/19) has produced her best performance in the World Cup, eclipsing the 3 for 35 against South Africa at Cuttack on February 3, 2013.

Australia vs West Indies: Highlights
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# Australia have won their sixth Women's World Cup. The 114-run win is the biggest in terms of runs in a World Cup Final.

Women's World Cup

Winners & Runners-up

Year    Venue        Winner     Runners-up   Margin

1973    England      England    Australia    92 runs
1978    India        Australia  England      8 wickets
1982    N.Zealand    Australia  England      3 wickets
1988    Australia    Australia  England      8 wickets
1993    England      England    New Zealand  67 runs
1997    India        Australia  New Zealand  5 wickets
2000    N.Zealand    N.Zealand  Australia    4 runs
2005    S.Africa     Australia  India        98 runs
2009    Australia    England    New Zealand  4 wickets
2013    India        Australia  West Indies  114 runs


# Australia's 259 for seven is their highest total against the West Indies in ODIs, surpassing the 230 at Rustenburg, South Africa on March 26, 2005.

# Rachael Haynes has become the first Australian player to manage 250 or more runs in the just concluded World Cup competition - 273 runs at an average of 45.50, including three fifties, in seven matches.

# Haynes (52) has registered her highest score against the West Indies in ODI, surpassing the 21 at Mumbai on February 13, 2013.

# Haynes' 52 off 74 balls is her sixth fifty in ODIs - her third in the World Cup - one each against South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies.

# Jess Cameron (75) has posted her first fifty against England - her seventh in ODIs.

# Cameron's aforesaid innings is her second fifty in the World Cup - the first being 82 against New Zealand at Cuttack on February 5, 2013.

# Cameron has established an Australian record against the West Indies for the highest individual innings in the World Cup/ODIs, eclipsing Karen Rolton's 69 at Rustenburg, South Africa on March 26, 2005.

# Cameron's match-winning 75 is the fourth highest in a World Cup Final - the top three innings being 107 not out by Karen Rolton for Australia against India at Centurion on April 10, 2005, 91 by Belinda Clark for Australia against New Zealand at Lincoln on December 23, 2000 and 79 by Debbie Hockley for New Zealand against Australia at Kolkata on December 29, 1997.

# Shaquana Quintyne (3/27) has produced her second best bowling performance in ODIs, next only to the 4 for 14 against South Africa at Roseau on January 12, 2013.

# Jodie Fields and Ellyse Perry have shared an unbroken stand of 50 - Australia's eighth-wicket partnership record in the World Cup - the fourth fifty-plus for this wicket-position in the World Cup.

# Stafanie Taylor took her run-aggregate to 314 at an average of 44.85 in seven matches - the second highest in the just concluded World Cup competition, next only to Suzie Bates' 407 at an average of 67.83 in seven matches.

# Suzie Bates has been adjudged the Player of the Series for the first time for her all-round performance in the competition - 407 runs, four wickets and four catches.

# Ellyse Perry (3/19) has produced her best performance in the World Cup, eclipsing the 3 for 35 against South Africa at Cuttack on February 3, 2013.

# Amongst the bowlers with atleast three wickets in a World Cup final, Perry's economy rate of 1.90 is the best.

# Megan Schutt, with 15 wickets at 16.53 runs apiece in seven matches, is the top wicket-taker in the just concluded competition.  

Rajesh Kumar

Topics : Cricket Australia Gary Kirsten Ravi Rampaul MS Dhoni Bangladesh ICC Womens World Cup 2013
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