Beth Mooney has done it again, with the Aussie star leaving viewers in awe after another astonishing moment at the Women's Cricket World Cup.
After watching teammate Alyssa Healy crack her fourth ODI century in Wednesday's semi-final against the West Indies, Mooney took it upon herself to grab some of the headlines.
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The Australian allrounder had already taken one of the catches of the tournament to remove South Africa's Mignon du Preez in the group stages of the World Cup.
However, Mooney may have gone one better against the Windies after another sensational catch, that showcased her insane reaction speeds and athleticism.
With the Windies hoping to get off to a strong start in pursuit of Australia's imposing 306-run victory target, opener Rashada Williams could only watch in disbelief as Mooney's screamer saw her walk back to the pavilion for a duck.
The Windies batter might have thought she'd hit a boundary after unleashing a ferocious pull shot to mid-wicket.
However, Mooney threw herself to the right and took an incredible one-handed diving catch to give the Aussies a dream start in the field.
Fans immediately took to social media to praise Mooney for her latest piece of magic in the field for Australia.
What a catch by Beth Mooney in women's World Cup semis against West Indies. A fantastic take. pic.twitter.com/59MEuBSrTO
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) March 30, 2022
Hahahahaahhahaha Beth Mooney! That is ridiculous!! #CWC22
— Alexandra Hartley (@AlexHartley93) March 30, 2022
— Poulami #CWC22 (@Poulamii_) March 30, 2022
Beth Mooney with an absolute SCREAMER! 🤯🔥😳
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Alyssa Healy century sets up big Aussie total
Healy belted a magnificent century to put Australia in control of their World Cup semi-final.
Australia posted 3-305 after being sent in at Wellington's Basin Reserve, where drizzle delayed play and shortened the match to a 45-over affair.
Australia's openers combined to stunning effect in gloomy, grey conditions, tallying the tournament's best partnership with a superb 216-run stand.
Healy belted 129 off 107 balls and Rachael Haynes made 85 off 100.
Healy's monster knock came despite rotten form in the capital, where she had made just 38 runs in four outings over the past fortnight.
Given the testing weather and new wicket, Healy started tentatively, going the first 11 overs without a single boundary.
She struck her second fifty in just 28 balls, finishing with 17 fours and one six.
The West Indies looked demoralised in the field, squandering a glut of chances to secure a breakthrough.
Hayley Matthews and Shamilia Connell both dropped sitters to dismiss Haynes just after her half-century.
Soon after, it got worse for the West Indians, with Anisa Mohammed - a replacement for COVID-struck spinner Afy Fletcher- pulling her hamstring chasing a Healy boundary.
Australia's openers eventually departed in the 33rd and 36th overs, Healy top-edging an attempted tonk and Haynes not reaching her ton by hitting to Deandra Dottin at cover.
Their demise only brought other power-hitters to the crease.
Ash Gardner (12 off 8) was elevated to first drop but failed to cash in, before Mooney (43 off 31) and Meg Lanning (26 off 26) took the Australian total past 300.
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