West Indies Women produced an impressive display to better New Zealand by six runs and reach a first ever World T20 final, where they will face Australia on Sunday. Wholesale Nike Shoes For Sale . Britney Cooper dazzled with 61 from 48 balls - including five fours and two sixes - as West Indies took 143 runs off a New Zealand attack that had impressed through an unbeaten run in the group stage.Legspinner Leigh Kasperek - leading wicket-taker for the tournament - was wicketless, conceding 30 from her three overs, although Sophie Devine took 4-22 to join her at the top of the table with nine wickets.It was part of a handy all-round display from Devine, who struck 22 from 14 balls with the bat, but the White Ferns lost key wickets at key times - Stafanie Taylor taking 3-26.New Zealand won the toss and chose to bowl first, but got off to a sloppy start with Lea Tahuhu going for 21 from her opening two overs.Slow-left-armer Morna Nielsen fared better, taking 1-14 from her four, including the first wicket of Hayley Matthews, out lbw for 16.It brought Cooper to the crease, and she put on 60 for the second wicket with skipper Taylor, till Devine picked up her first wicket - Taylor slogging straight to midwicket.Devine added the key wickets of big-hitting Deandra Dottin (20 off 17 balls) and Copper in the 18th over, soon after Cooper had launched Kasperek for back-to-back sixes.It slowed the West Indies scoring, but their total of 143-6 looked to be a good one when Shamilia Connell bowled Rachel Priest in the third over with the score on 11.Devine came in and cracked four boundaries inside her first six balls to get New Zealands innings going, before being run out brilliantly by a direct hit from Dottin in the seventh over.It was one of two wickets in five balls which derailed New Zealand, with captain Suzie Bates dismissed by offspinner Afy Fletcher, caught at cover off a leading edge.Sara McGlashan (38 off 30) and Amy Satterthwaite (24 off 29) rebuilt, putting on 59 for the fourth wicket, to take the White Ferns to within 37 of their target with four overs remaining.But another double strike in the 17th all but ended the contest, Taylor removing both caught at cover in two balls, to find herself on a hat-trick.Three more wickets fell in the final three overs as New Zealand desperately searched for runs, the White Ferns ultimately falling short on 137-8.Watch highlights of West Indies Women against New Zealand Women on Sky Sports 2 from 6.30pm. Discount Nike Shoes Website . This week, topics cover the Blue Jays rotation, the futures John Gibbons and Alex Anthopoulos, protecting pitchers and a bonus question on his predictions for the MLB playoffs. Discount Nike Shoes China . Patrice Bergeron and Daniel Paille scored 20 seconds apart a few minutes after Stamkos was taken off the ice on a stretcher with a broken right leg, and the Bruins beat the Lightning 3-0 on Monday afternoon. http://www.discountnikeshoes.com/ .35 million, avoiding arbitration. Davis led the majors last season with 53 home runs and 138 RBIs, both career highs. He earned $3.NEW YORK, N.Y. - New York Jets coach Rex Ryan has been fined $100,000 for his postgame use of profanity that was picked up on video last Sunday.After the Jets beat the Steelers 20-13, Ryan could be seen yelling agitatedly while walking onto the field to meet Steelers coach Mike Tomlin. Ryan has been fined twice in the past for public obscenities and was considered a repeat offender by the league.Ryan was upset when Steelers safety Michael Mitchell leaped over the offensive line while the Jets were doing a kneel-down at the end of the game. Afterward, Ryan called it bush league.His previous fines were $50,000 by the Jets in 2010 after he made an obscene gesture at a fan at an MMA fight, and $75,000 by the NFL the next year for cursing at a fan at halftime.Ryan becomes the seeventh person and third coach to be fined $100,000. Cheap Nike Shoes China Paypal. . Tomlin was docked $100,000 last year for interfering with a kickoff return by Baltimores Jacoby Jones. In 2005, then-Vikings coach Mike Tice was fined for scalping Super Bowl tickets.Two of Ryans players were also fined Friday. Quarterback Michael Vick was fined $8,268 for unsportsmanlike conduct because he flipped the ball at an opponent. Defensive end Jason Babin was fined $16,537 for unnecessary roughness because he struck Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger late. Babin rolled into Roethlisbergers leg and was given a penalty.Also fined was Rams tight end Lance Kendricks, $22,050 for an illegal blindside block against Arizona.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL ' ' '