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Women’s World Cup

Smriti Mandhana Set To Make A Comeback Against West Indies Women

Mandhana didn't feature in the first match against Pakistan women.

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Virat Kohli Sends Heartfelt Message For India Women Ahead Of Women’s T20 World Cup Opener Against Pakistan Women

India women will take on Pakistan women in their Women's T20 World Cup opener in Cape Town.

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Women’s T20 World Cup: England, Sri Lanka Shine In Warm-Up Matches

England defeated South Africa in a high-scoring run feast while Sri Lanka escaped to a narrow two-run win against Ireland on an entertaining first day of warm-up matches for the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2023.

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Women’s World Cup: Amazing to Watch What Alyssa Healy Did, Says Ellyse Perry

Ellyse Perry on Sunday said seeing wicketkeeper-batter Alyssa Healy go about her brilliant knock of 170 was just amazing to watch.

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Women’s World Cup: Love The Challenge Of Batters Coming Hard At Me, Says Alana King

Alana King on Sunday said she cherished the challenge of batters coming hard at her during the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup.

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Women’s World Cup: I Have Not Really Thought About The Future, Says Mithali Raj

India captain Mithali Raj opted against making any announcement about her retirement from all forms of cricket after her side crashed out of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand.

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Women’s World Cup: New Zealand Are Gone As Far as I’m Concerned, Says Ian Smith

The next big multi-team event in women's cricket will be the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham later in the year. Smith wonders if the event comes under future grooming of players for New Zealand's women's team.

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Women’s World Cup: Win Against Pakistan Was a Complete Performance, Says Heather Knight

Heather Knight on Thursday termed her team's win over Pakistan in the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup as a 'complete performance'.

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Women’s World Cup: Need to Stick To Our Basics; Play to Our Strengths, Says Bismah Maroof

With four losses out of five matches, Pakistan are virtually out of the tournament but have a chance to finish their campaign on a high if they cause an upset win over England at Hagley Oval.

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IND vs AUS: Women’s World Cup Not Over Yet Says Narendra Modi To Australian PM Scott Morrison

India now have to win the remaining two games and hope for a few results to go their way if they are to make it to the semi-finals of the World Cup.

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