The task before the side was underlined on Tuesday (February 7), when it folded for 97 in 32.1 overs against Bangladesh, going down by 118 runs.
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South Africa, the top-ranked side in its group, defended its 258 for 9 with ease, keeping Pakistan down to 195 for 6 in 50 over
Kim Garth made 63 and took 3 for 24 to help Ireland Women beat Zimbabwe Women by 119 runs in their first ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier Group A clash.
One among them will lift the trophy on February 21, but four will leave with prize berths for the eight-team ICC Women’s World Cup 2017