Anya Shrubsole took a hat-trick at the end of the first innings, but Natalie Sciver was more impressive with the ball at the start.
New Zealand had no chance of reaching the semi-final, but they could take pride in a win.
Player of the match Mithali Raj’s almost run a ball fifty proved to be enough to stretch India’s total to 145/6.
Having got out for a golden duck earlier, Taylor made amends by running through the South African middle order.
Sri Lanka managed just 97/7 with the bat, but then bundled out Bangladesh for 72 to seal a 25-run win at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium
Alyssa Healy scored her second consecutive half-century and pick up her third consecutive player of the match award
Javeria Khan was declared player of the match for her magnificent 74 off 52 balls.
South African bowlers reduced Sri Lanka to 99 before their batters chased down the target comfortably
Kirstie Gordon and Amy Jones stood out with their performances as England won by seven wickets.
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