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Live Reporting

Jamie Lillywhite

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  1. Farewell

    Well, let's see what the weather has in store for us when the next scheduled match takes place in St Lucia on Monday, with England hoping to play Bangladesh, who were beaten in that opening game by hosts and holders West Indies.

    But please join us from 14:30 GMT on Sunday as we bring you India v Pakistan followed by Australia against Ireland in Guyana. Until then, keep warm and dry. Cheerio now.

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    Henry Moeran

    BBC Test Match Special

    You want the hosts to play in both venues in a competition like this - but it has rather disjointed this group, the fact that West Indies have played a game already in this group in Guyana, it may have tipped the balance a little [towards them].

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Would it be considered a disappointment if England don't make the final?

    I would be massively disappointed if this England team doesn't get to the final. Even without Brunt and Taylor, they've got huge depth, they bat deep and they've got options. I picked Australia as favourites, but England have been part of some incredible games over the past few months.

  4. What a catch!

    And how about this one, what do you think? a misjudgement or just nonchalant?

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  5. What a catch!

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    There were some fantastic catches too. The late, great Richie Benaud would have enjoyed this one, "a marvellous effort that" from New Zealand's Hayley Jensen.

  6. Dottin destroys Bangladesh

    Let's have a look back at some more highlights from yesterday and there was some confusion as to whether Deandra Dottin took 5-6 or 5-5 for the West Indies in the late game last night. The ICC has it as 5-5, either way it was five for very little and the best figures in Women's World T20 history as Asia Cup winners Bangladesh, having restricted the holders to a modest 106-8, collapsed to 46 all out, the lowest score in the tournament's history.

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    Now if you thought it was wet at home where you were today, spare a thought for those who went out to St Lucia, who were presumably not expecting scenes like these.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    I'm happy for a listener to correct me, but I've been to every Women's World Twenty20 and I think this is the first game that's been abandoned without a ball bowled.

    Charlotte is quite right, this is the sixth edition of the Women's World T20 and this is the first abandonment.

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    Henry Moeran

    BBC Test Match Special

    I've noticed a big indoor tennis centre across the way, so maybe England can get in there and get some practice in.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    There's also the boredom factor. When you're on tour, you're used to training - the players won't want to be hanging around all-inclusive hotels with tourists all day. Even going to a school hall to hit tennis balls - you can get a bit fixated with weather apps because you're so desperate to get on, that's what I used to do and it can be draining.

    You'd be gutted if the game before you or the game after you got on, and you didn't. A sports psychologist called Steve Bull who used to work with us, used to tell me to "control the controllables".

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    I think we knew we were in trouble today when the host broadcasters started looking at tomorrow's coverage details after about 30 seconds. We should be able to see some play though on Sunday because the matches are in Guyana as Ireland begin their campaign with a formidable fixture against world number one side Australia.

    Before that though we have an intriguing contest between India and Pakistan.

    St Lucia
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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    The other worrying thing for me is that they're not going to have any training facilities - there aren't any big indoor centres in St Lucia where they can prepare. I used to love hitting balls in the nets but you have to be adaptable. This team are very clear on their roles, but they've pretty much not hit a ball since last Wednesday night, and that might be their last chance until the next game on Monday.

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "I've not looked at the long-term forecast [Charlotte Edwards chips in "it's not great!"] but hopefully we can get some cricket in."

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "Very frustrating. I've not seen an outfield that wet in my entire career - we're hopeful it gets better in the next week, I can't see it getting any worse! It's not stopped raining since we've got to St Lucia so we've got to be prepared to play shortened games. In a six or seven-over game, you can't have a bad 10-15 minutes."

  15. Captain's view

    We'll hear from England captain Heather Knight shortly and she's putting a brave face on it. "I can't see it getting any worse," she says. But as she also says,"it hasn't stopped raining since we got to St Lucia."

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    Henry Moeran

    BBC Test Match Special

    There's a remarkable disco going on, on the far side of the ground. In fairness to the DJ and the MC, they're still going for it.

    The sign says "match abandoned due to adverse weather conditions" - that's an understatement.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    The worry for England will be that you really, really don't want to have to play a five-over game against South Africa or West Indies, facing the likes of Lizelle Lee or Deandra Dottin in such a reduced-overs game.

    England may think everything's going against them. They've lost Katherine Brunt who's flown home this afternoon, Sarah Taylor's not here, they really have got their backs against the wall in a number of ways.

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    Three-time winners Australia made a confident start yesterday, beating twice runners-up New Zealand. Alyssa Healy, niece of former Australia wicketkeeper Ian, made a quickfire 48 and then snared four dismissals with the gloves.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Sophia Dunkley and Linsey Smith, who were going to make their debuts today, are going to be nervous. It's really disappointing - we just want some cricket but it looks highly unlikely for the next couple of days.