14 Mar 2009

White Ferns focused on their own game at World Cup

11:42 am on 14 March 2009

It's sunny and very hot in Sydney where the New Zealand women's cricketers face fellow unbeaten side England in the Super Six stage of the World Cup today.

The White Ferns want to continue their ruthless streak after they thrashed South Africa by 199 runs to top Group A, after bowling the Proteas out for just 51.

The winner of today's match almost books a finals spot, depending how the last two Super Six matches pan out.

Sara McGlashan, who top-scored with 88 not out against South Africa, says they're just focusing on their own game rather than who they're playing.