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Women's Cricket World Cup: England to take on South Africa in first semifinal in Bristol

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Women's Cricket World Cup: England to take on South Africa in first semifinal in BristolIn the first semifinal of Women's Cricket World Cup today, England will take on South Africa in Bristol.
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England have won the Women's World Cup after beating India by nine runs in the final at Lord's.The hosts were staring at defeat with India, chasing a modest 229 to win, cruising along at 190 for three. But a late collapse, sparked by five wickets in 19 balls from Anya Shrubsole, saw England snatch an...

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