women cricket

Indian women’s cricket team needs nurturing too

Even the men’s domestic season has been announced and Indian cricket board has shown intent to complete all fixtures involving men.

published on : 17th December 2020

Women's T20 team trainer tests Covid positive

Shalini, a physical trainer for one of the three teams which are scheduled to play in a T20 series similar to the IPL format, has tested positive.

published on : 19th October 2020

Focus on unearthing more talent like Shafali Verma, says new chief selector Neetu David 

One of the finest spinners to have come out of India, David very much understands the requirements on modern-day limited-overs cricket.

published on : 27th September 2020

England, West Indies women cricket teams to support 'Black Lives Matter' movement in T20Is

England captain Heather Knight has been in contact with her West Indies counterpart, Stafanie Taylor, and the pair plan to further discuss how best to mark the movement during the series

published on : 18th September 2020

Deepti Sharma feels Arjuna Award increases responsibility, says dream fulfilled

Indian women cricket team's Deepti Sharma, who received the Arjuna Award on Saturday, said it was her dream to get her name added in the list of the recipients of this prestigious award.

published on : 30th August 2020

Team India unable to handle big-game pressure: Outgoing women's chief selector

While pressure remains a factor, Kala believes in this current lot which she feels can beat England and Australia, consistently across two formats.

published on : 10th July 2020

India's women team set to tour England for tri-series involving South Africa too 

While a formal announcement is expected in the coming days, this will be the first instance of any Indian team returning to action since the country went into coronavirus lockdown on March 23. 

published on : 1st July 2020

Mithali Raj interview: Fighting through lockdown and craving for TV boost

India's ODI captain Mithali Raj says additional viewership is the next step forward for women's cricket in order to broaden its fan base.

published on : 16th June 2020

COVID-19: Indian women cricket team's tour of England postponed

Indian women were supposed to play four ODIs and two T20 Internationals during their short two-week trip that would have ended on July 9.

published on : 24th April 2020

If there is a bad ball, it must be hit: Woman batsman Shafali Verma

For a youngster to say this after scoring 163 runs in 5 games at a strike-rate of 158.25 says a lot about how she puts team performance over individual glory.

published on : 6th April 2020

Shafali Verma loses top spot in ICC T20I player rankings to Beth Mooney, slips to third 

New Zealand's Suzie Bates (750 points) remained in second position in the list that also features the Indian duo of Smriti Mandhana and Jemimah Rodrigues in the top ten.

published on : 9th March 2020

I have faith in my team: Harmapreet Kaur after T20 World Cup defeat

Unbeaten throughout the tournament, India were outplayed in all departments of the game by the defending champions Australia who clinched their fifth title.

published on : 8th March 2020

India's Taniya Bhatia suffers concussion during Women's T20 World Cup final 

Taniya looked rattled after she was hit on her helmet while going for a sweep, forcing the Indian team's doctor and physio to rush out and check on her and subsequently taking her off the field.

published on : 8th March 2020

Australia beat India by 85 runs to lift fifth ICC Women's T20 World Cup

Chasing a challenging target, India, featuring in their maiden final of the tournament, couldn't handle the pressure and were bundled out for 99 in 19.1 overs.

published on : 8th March 2020

Shafali Verma becomes youngest player ever to play Cricket World Cup final

The record was previously held by West Indies' women's cricketer Shaquana Quintyne when she played the ODI World Cup final in 2013 at an age of 17 years and 45 days old.

published on : 8th March 2020
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