Australia Women vs West Indies Women, Final ODI, ICC Women's World Cup 2013
Australia Women won by 114 runsInnings Comparison, Man of the match: J Cameron
West Indies Women Innings Australia Women Innings
The Australian Women's team jump with joy as captain Jodie Fields holds aloft the trophy. A proud moment for this wonderful Australian field. That is all from us here. Bye Bye!
Fields: 'We spoke about coming into the match with an intent to dominate. It was smart batting by the top order and the middle order chipped in. I had a nervous moment when Perry pulled up on the first ball but she delivered the goods. Sthalekar was miserly and she played wonderfully.'
Aguilleira: 'Tonight, it was not our night. We have done well to reach this stage but I am proud of the team. We had some mishaps in the field and 260 was 20-30 runs too many. We lost our lines at the end. Cameron played really well indeed. We need to work on some areas but we could not play well today. It is a great achievement for the team and the fans are really happy for us.'
Bates: 'It was disappointing to finish fourth but we are happy with our performance. The loss against the West Indies cost us and we will look to improve. The pitches in India were a bit hard early on but you get value for your shots. Scoring a century against Australia was my most memorable moment in this tournament.'
Suzie Bates is the Player of the Tournament for her wonderful performance in the tournament.
Cameron: 'The pitch played very well and I am glad to contribute. We have plenty of batters in the side and we have a strong bowling line-up. Ellyse Perry and Schutt bowled very well.'
Jess Cameron is the Player of the Match for her knock of 75.
Australia are Women's World Champions. The sixth time they have lifted the coveted trophy. Goes to show that they are in a league of their own. They have managed to see off West Indies in the final with a thoroughly clinical performance. Their batting clicked, the bowling was top-notch and their fielding was brilliant too, a great way to wrap up the tournament with such a thorough performance. Credit must go to the West Indies women too, not many gave them a chance to get as far as they did but they have made their fans and country proud with their performance.
43.1Julie Hunter to Tremayne Smartt
out Caught by Sthalekar!! Smartt c Sthalekar b Hunter 0(1)
Julie Hunter [4.0-0-18-0] is back into the attack
42.6Erin Osborne to Kycia Knight
42.5Erin Osborne to Kycia Knight
42.4Erin Osborne to Kycia Knight
FOUR, to long on
42.3Erin Osborne to Kycia Knight
Tremayne Smartt, right handed bat, comes to the crease