England women registered a comprehensive 9-wicket win over South Africa in the ongoing Women’s World T20 to reach the final today. South Africa folded out for just 101, with 5 of their batters getting run-out, which is a world record! One extremely hilarious/painful (depending on how you view it) dismissal was the run-out of Sune Luus. As she hit the ball over extra-cover, completed the first run and started for the second, she collided mid
Dubai - The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board on Wednesday approved the introduction of an International Women’s Championship which will determine qualification for the next Women’s World Cup. The bi-lateral competition will involve the top eight ranked women’s teams like Australia, the West Indies, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, South Africa, India and Pakistan with promotion and relegation at the end of the first cyc
Lisa Sthalekar More than 100 One-Day Internationals and an excess of 2500 runs scored and 135 wickets in the kitty. The only international woman cricketer in the world as of February 2013 to hold the unique double of 1000 runs and 100 Wickets in ODIs. Add to that, a lineage traced back to Pune, Maharashtra, India. That is Laila, or better known as Lisa Sthalekar for you. Having announced her retirement in February 2013, Lisa, however is still v
Islamabad, June 22 (IANS) Pakistani women’s cricket team’s training camp concluded for their upcoming tour to Europe where they will play against England and Ireland before going for the World Cup qualifiers. The manager of the Pakistani side Ayesha Ashar said Friday that the girls had prepared hard to face the coming challenges in Europe which will help team preparations for the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup, reported Xinhua.
Dubai - Highlights from this year’s Women’s World Cup are available for viewing and licensing requests at www.iccarchive.com, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced Tuesday. The footage includes historic moments from the event such as the moment when England captain Charlotte Edwards surpassed Belinda Clark to become the highest run-scorer in Women’s World Cup history, as well as this year’s plethora of sixes,
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Bridgetown (Barbados), March 13 (IANS): West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Julian Hunte says the international success of the women’s cricket team is directly linked to the WICB’s decision to invest millions in the sport over the years. Hunte says for the first time retainer contracts were implemented, increased numbers of tours and series were organised, special training and preparatory camps were held and a long-term head co
Australian eves won the ICC Women’s World Cup held in India last month. Melbourne - Cricket Australia’s (CA) Board on Friday voted to pay its female cricketers a $10,000 bonus each, recognising the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars winning two World Championships in six months. CA will also renew the contract of Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars’ coach Cathryn Fitzpatrick. CA Chairman Wally Edwards said the women’s team ha