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Women's Cricket: India set 201 runs target for Australia in 1st ODI

All India Radio Monday, 12 March 2018
Women's Cricket: India set 201 runs target for Australia in 1st ODI12 Mar 2018In Women's Cricket, India set a victory target of 201 runs for Australia in the first ODI of the 3-match series at Vadodara. Opting to bat, India lost wickets at regular intervals and were bundled out for 200 in 50 overs.
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