Australia win Women’s Cricket World Cup

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Australia have won their seventh Women’s cricket world cup after their 71 run victory.

Opener Alyssa Healy smashed a world record 170 as Australia outclasses England.

Healy’s smashed 170 off 138 balls the highest total in a World Cup final, helping Australia set a mammoth victory target of 357 at Hagley Oval

England were bowled out for 285 with six overs to spare. With Nat Sciver scoring an entertaining 148 not out.

Alyssa Healy also won player of the tournament.

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