BBC Sport cricket

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

Related BBC sites

Page last updated at 10:59 GMT, Thursday, 12 March 2009

Women's World Cup photos

Claire Taylor

Claire Taylor shows why she is ranked the number one batter in the women's game with a century as England beat Sri Lanka by 100 runs

West Indies v South Africa

West Indies celebrate a wicket by Shakera Selman as they start the tournament with a two-wicket win over South Africa

Kate Pulford

Holders Australia are beaten by New Zealand in their opening game with Kate Pulford taking 3-32 for the White Ferns

After defeat by India, Pakistan bounce back with a 57-run victory over Sri Lanka

After defeat by India, Pakistan are overjoyed after bouncing back with a 57-run victory over Sri Lanka

Alex Blackwell hits out as Australia resume normal service with a 61-run victory over South Africa

Alex Blackwell hits out as Australia resume normal service with a 61-run victory over South Africa

Australia's teenage seam bowler Elysse Perry cannot bear to lookas the team physio restores a dislocated finger to its normal position

Australia's teenage seam bowler Elysse Perry cannot bear to lookas the team physio restores a dislocated finger to its normal position

Mithali Raj batting against England

Mithali Raj hits half centuries for India against England and Sri Lanka but the 2005 finalists have plenty of room for improvement

Claire Taylor and Caroline Atkins see England home as they overcome main group rivals India by nine wickets

Job done - Claire Taylor and Caroline Atkins see England home as they overcome main group rivals India by nine wickets

Sarah McGlashan batting against South Africa

Sarah McGlashan launches into a cover drive and her unbeaten 88 sets New Zealand on the way to a 199-run win over South Africa

Ashlyn Kilowan

Ashlyn Kilowan bowls for South Africa but they fail to register a single win and now face Sri Lanka in the 7th/8th place play-off

Laura Marsh produces a career-best 5-15 as England complete their first round group with an eight-wicket win over Pakistan

Laura Marsh produces a career-best 5-15 as England complete their first round group with an eight-wicket win over Pakistan

England's bowlers are backed up in the field with Lydia Greenway showing why she is rated one of the best in the world

England's bowlers are backed up in the field with Lydia Greenway showing why she is rated one of the best in the world

Jodie Fields puts away a short ball during Australia's innings as they defeat West Indies by 47 runs

Jodie Fields puts away a short ball during Australia's innings as they defeat West Indies by 47 runs

Deandra Dottin hits four sixes but her half century against Australia is not enough for West Indies

Deandra Dottin hits four sixes but her half century against Australia is not enough for West Indies



Print Sponsor


see also
England women extend winning run
12 Mar 09 |  Women's cricket
England women stroll to India win
10 Mar 09 |  Women's cricket
Women's World Cup photo diary
09 Mar 09 |  Women's cricket
NZ women stun holders Australia
08 Mar 09 |  Women's cricket
Taylor ton seals England victory
07 Mar 09 |  Women's cricket


related internet links:
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

BBC navigation

BBC © 2014 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more.

This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.