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England make it back-to-back wins at World Cup

ICC Women’s World Cup, Taunton: Sri Lanka 204-8 (50 overs): Perera 46, Kanchana 34 not out, Marsh 4-54, Sciver 2-32 England 206-3 (30.2 overs): Knight 82, Taylor 74 not out, Kanchana 2-38 England won by seven wickets Scorecard; Points table England eased to their second win of the Women’s World…

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England make it back-to-back wins at World Cup

ICC Women’s World Cup, Taunton: Sri Lanka 204-8 (50 overs): Perera 46, Kanchana 34 not out, Marsh 4-54, Sciver 2-32 England 206-3 (30.2 overs): Knight 82, Taylor 74 not out, Kanchana 2-38 England won by seven wickets Scorecard; Points table England eased to their second win of the Women’s World…

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England make it back-to-back wins at World Cup

ICC Women’s World Cup, Taunton: Sri Lanka 204-8 (50 overs): Perera 46, Kanchana 34 not out, Marsh 4-54, Sciver 2-32 England 206-3 (30.2 overs): Knight 82, Taylor 74 not out, Kanchana 2-38 England won by seven wickets Scorecard; Points table England eased to their second win of the Women’s World…

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England make it back-to-back wins at World Cup

ICC Women’s World Cup, Taunton: Sri Lanka 204-8 (50 overs): Perera 46, Kanchana 34 not out, Marsh 4-54, Sciver 2-32 England 206-3 (30.2 overs): Knight 82, Taylor 74 not out, Kanchana 2-38 England won by seven wickets Scorecard; Points table England eased to their second win of the Women’s World…

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England make it back-to-back wins at World Cup

ICC Women’s World Cup, Taunton: Sri Lanka 204-8 (50 overs): Perera 46, Kanchana 34 not out, Marsh 4-54, Sciver 2-32 England 206-3 (30.2 overs): Knight 82, Taylor 74 not out, Kanchana 2-38 England won by seven wickets Scorecard; Points table England eased to their second win of the Women’s World…

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Chinese rocket launch fails one hour after lift-off

A powerful rocket, the Long March-5 Y2, has failed an hour after lift-off from Hainan island. It had been taking a seven-tonne communications satellite into space. No further details were released by Chinese state media, other than that an “anomaly” was detected. The rocket blasted off from the Wenchang Space…

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