England in final
England have reached the women’s Cricket World Cup final by beating South Africa with only two balls to spare. Anya Shrubsole hit the decisive boundary to seal a two-wicket win for England, who required two runs from the last three balls in a dramatic semifinal yesterday in Bristol, England. South Africa earlier scored 218-6 off 50 overs before Sarah Taylor set England on their way with 54 before Jenny Gunn (27 not out) and Shrubsole dragged the hosts over the line to 221-8. England will face either Australia or India in the final at Lord’s on Monday (NZT).