India easily won two of their three matches in the group stage and made it to the semi-finals, finishing second behind Australia.
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There is good news for India in women’s cricket being included in the Commonwealth Games for the first time. The Indian team, captained by Harmanpreet Kaur, has confirmed its place in the semi-finals with the help of another strong performance. Young Indian fast bowler Renuka Singh, who stunned Australia, once again showed her flair, taking 4 wickets, on the basis of which India defeated Barbados by a huge margin of 100 runs to secure a place in the semi-finals.