Shrubsole shines as England make Cricket World Cup progress
Bath's Anya Shrubsole produced a player-of-the-match performance to bowl England through to the Super Six stage of the ICC Women's World Cup this morning.
The 21-year-old took 4-21, including the wickets of Shemaine Campbelle and Juliana Nero in the space of three balls, as England skittled West Indies out for just 101.
As well as clean bowling Stafanie Taylor in the second over, Shrubsole also played a part in the final two wickets - catching Tremayne Smartt off Arran Brindle's bowling before trapping Subrina Munroe lbw - as West Indies were made to regret their misguided decision to bat first.
England took their time in reply but eventually eased home in the 36th over with six wickets in hand, meaning Shrubsole did not have to bat.
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She will hope to continue her fine form with the ball when England start their Super Six campaign against Australia on Friday (3.30am GMT).