The Indian team has qualified for the semifinals of the T20 World Cup women’s cricket tournament. That is, winning the match against Ireland by 5 points according to Duckworth and Lewis theory.
Batting first, the Indian women’s team scored 155 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the match held at St. George’s Park in South Africa.
Ireland, who batted in the reply innings, scored 54 runs in 8 overs and 2 balls for the loss of 2 wickets, when the match was interrupted by rain.
According to Duckwat and Lewis theory, the Indian team won the match by 5 points.
With that victory, the Indian team qualified for the semi-finals from the second group.