Mooney, King lead Western Australia to back-to-back wins | WNCL 2022-23

Mooney, king lead western australia to back-to-back wins | wncl 2022-23

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Beth Mooney hit an unbeaten 151 before Alana King took three wickets as Western Australia cruised to an emphatic win over ACT Meteors

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