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Women's Cricket World Cup, 2017

Categories: Sport / Games

It was the 11th Women's Cricket World Cup, held four-yearly, (the third to be held in England) and was the first in which all participating players were fully professional. Eight teams qualified to participate, with England winning the final against India at Lord's by 9 runs.

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Women's Cricket World Cup, 2017

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Cricket World Cup victories - Lords

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