Women's World Cup: Heather Knight relishes England's progress to Lord's final

Captain Heather Knight paid tribute to the progress England have made after a tense win over South Africa booked their place in Sunday's World Cup final at a sold-out Lord's.
They will face Australia or India, who meet in Thursday's second semi-final.
"Everything we've done in the last 18 months has gone towards getting there," Knight said.
"There's nothing better than a sold-out Lord's in a home World Cup, it's been hard not to think about it."
A crowd of more than 26,500 is expected at the final - swelled by the ranks of MCC members, who will be the only people able to attend if they do not already possess a ticket.
It will be a record attendance for an International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup match - with the ICC also announcing that the group stage matches have had a global reach of more than 50 million people - with a global TV audience anticipated to be 80% higher than the last World Cup in 2013.
Tuesday's tense two-wicket win at Bristol was sealed with just two balls to spare when Anya Shrubsole came in and hit her first ball for four.
Knight, whose side have now won seven successive games after losing their opening match against India, said: "We've not put the perfect performance together yet, but we just keep finding ways to win.
"We were quite smart with our bowling and we probably stopped a few extra runs in the field, and Jenny Gunn had nerves of steel at the end.
"We've known this final would be at Lord's for a long time, it's special and well done to the ECB [England and Wales Cricket Board] and ICC for selling it out.
"There have been some outstanding games at this tournament and the standard just keeps going up and up."