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1 day ago · Named the UK Sports Presenter of the Year in 2001 and 2005 by the Royal Television Society, he has commentated all over the world, from the World Cup in the West Indies to the Indian Premier League. He now hosts the cricket coverage for Channel Nine in Australia and Channel 5 in England.

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The 2017 ICC Women's World Cup Final was a women's One Day International cricket match played between England and India to decide the winner of the 2017 Women's World Cup.England won the game by nine runs to secure their fourth World Cup title, with Anya Shrubsole named player of the match.It was one of the closest finals in tournament history, with only the 2000 final being decided by a Cricket Archives - Series results, scorecards for 2017 ICC Womens World Cup Warm up matches, 2017 Jun 19 - Jun 22 Womens Quadrangular series in South Africa, 2017 May 04 - May 21 Australia Women tour of New Zealand, 2017 Feb 26 - Mar 05 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup - Wikipedia The 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup was an international women's cricket tournament that took place in England from 24 June to 23 July 2017. It was the eleventh edition of the Women's Cricket World Cup, and the third to be held in England (after the 1973 and 1993 tournaments). The 2017 World Cup was the first in which all participating players were fully professional.