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Thatscricket - Women's - News - Nooshin's 5/14 spins India to 6-wkt win

Published: Tuesday, January 28, 2003, 2:02 [IST]
 
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New Delhi: Nooshin al-Khadeer spun India to a six-wicket victory against England in its opening tie of the 'Mini World Cup' in New Zealand on Monday.Helped by a five-wicket haul by offie al-Khadeer, India bundled out England for 86 in 35.5 overs in the quadrangular event, which also features Australia and hosts New Zealand.India skipper Anjum Chopra scalped two, while Neetu David picked one England wicket.India reached the target in 29.5 overs with six wickets to spare, according to information received here.Jaya Sharma top-scored with 33 while Mithali Raj, record holder for the highest individual score in women's cricket, managed 12.On Tuesday India will take on New Zealand, which has already lost its first match to Australia by 63 runs. PTI

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