Women’s Cricket

No England tour for Indian women

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Indian women’s cricket team’s tour of England has been postponed. ECB announced the same and mentioned that due to the rising number of cases in India the team would not be able to travel. The Indian women’s team was scheduled to travel to England to …

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This Day That Year: Harmanpreet’s 171 powers India into 2017 World Cup final

Harmanpreet Kaur is regarded as one of the most destructive batters in the history of women’s cricket and on this day, three years ago, she lived up to that billing as she tore into the Australian attack and helped India secure a place in the Women’s World Cup final in …

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Women’s IPL could take game to the next level globally” Sophie Devine

Sophie Devine, the newly appointed captain of New Zealand women’s cricket team sees potential in women’s Indian Premier League. She thinks that it would be able to next women’s game to next level if organized in full flow in near future. In an interaction with ANI, Devine explained, “I think …

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New Zealand women’s cricket team hold first training session post lockdown

The New Zealand women’s cricket team had their first training session on Monday in Lincoln, almost four months after the coronavirus put halted all sports in the country. The men’s cricket team is also expected to take the field later this week following the stoppage that was caused due to …

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Whiter Ferns captain looking forward to partnership with the deputy

Sophie Devine has been appointed as the captain of New Zealand women’s team with Amy Satterthwaite taking over as the vice-captain. Last season Devine was made captain on an interim basis on the absence of Satterthwaite who was on maternity leave. At the beginning of 2020, Devine led the White …

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Women’s Cricket: Here is some incredible trivia for you!

The rich history of women’s cricket is full of interesting facts and figures. Here we are sharing a mixed bag of such trivia of the game. 1. There are quite a few famous father-son and even father-in-law-son-in-law combinations in the history of the game. However, the only international mother-n-law-son-in-law combinations …

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England Women name 24-player group to resume training

England Women have named a group of 24 players who will resume training on June 22 so that they can get ready for competitive action by the end of the season. The Women’s team will follow the same precautions and restrictions as imposed upon the men’s team and the training …

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Winning my last World Cup will be a big boost to Women’s cricket in India: Mithali Raj

India Women’s ODI captain Mithali Raj, who confirmed recently that the 2021 edition of the Women’s World Cup in New Zealand will be her last, said that winning the coveted trophy will be a big boost to women’s cricket in India. “I also hope we win the World Cup, which …

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FEATURE: Analyzing the dominance of England’s and Australia’s Women’s T20I teams

With a staggering win percentage of 70.21, the English Women team are the most successful T20I team in the world (men and women combined) among sides that have played a minimum of 100 games. Following close on their heels are the Aussie Women team, who, with a win % of …

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