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Tag Archives: ICC Women’s World Cup

Nottinghamshire all-rounder Samit Patel voted Player of the Year

Samit Patel claimed another trophy as he was named Players’ Player of the Year MANCHESTER: Nottinghamshire all-rounder Samit Patel has capped a trophy-laden summer by being voted the NatWest PCA Players’ Player of the Year. Patel had already won the PCA Most Valuable Player Award and added the Players’ Player ...

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Cannot work with current setup of PCB: Sana Mir

LONDON: Sana Mir has stepped down from captaincy saying that she doesn’t intend to work under the current setup of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Mir expressed her concerns in an open letter posted to her official Facebook page. It all started when a report by team coach Sabih Azhar, leaked ...

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WC heroine Anya Shrubsole lives out Lord’s dream

LONDON: Anya Shrubsole said her match-winning display in England’s Women’s World Cup final win over India at Lord’s on Sunday was proof that dreams can come true. The 25-year-old pace bowler turned the match on its head with a spell of five wickets for 11 runs late on as England ...

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Mithali Raj wants women’s League after World Cup heartbreak

LONDON: Losing captain Mithali Raj said now was time to “create the base” of a female equivalent to the Indian Premier League after her side’s hopes of Women’s World Cup final glory were snatched away by England at Lord’s. Raj’s side looked on course to lift the trophy for the ...

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Kaur stars as India stun Australia to reach final

LONDON: Harmanpreet Kaur helped India stun defending champions Australia by 36 runs to reach the ICC Women’s World Cup final for only the second time on Thursday. Chasing a massive 282-run target in a rain-curtailed 42-overs-a-side, Australia were bowled out for 245 in 40.1 overs as India registered a comprehensive ...

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Team learning a lot from World Cup experience: Sana Mir

LONDON: Pakistan Women’s cricket captain Sana Mir considers her team has learned a lot during the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup but needs to work on boosting the teams morale so that they can give their besto on the field. Although not precisely discarded, Pakistan’s chances of progressing are slim ...

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England cruise past Pakistan in rain-hit Women’s World Cup clash

LEICESTER: Natalie Sciver converted her maiden ODI century into a blistering innings of 137 from 92 balls, and Heather Knight, the captain, also passed three figures for the first time in limited-overs cricket, as England dusted themselves down after their opening-match defeat against India to rack up a formidable total ...

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