After a thrilling ODI series India will face Australia in a Historic Day Night Test from Thursday at Gold-Cost.  While India will play a test against Australian after 15 years, it will be the first time that India will play any  Pink Ball Test Match. Australia has however has played one in 2017 Ashes , 

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The BCCI schedule for the domestic cricket season for 2021-22 kickstarted on the 28th of September with the Women’s U-19 One-Day League. The domestic cricket fraternity had suffered a massive setback during the previous season, owing to a severely curtailed 2020-2021 domestic period amidst a global pandemic. The tournament commenced with three matches getting underway 

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The BCCI schedule for the domestic cricket season for 2021-22 kickstarted on the 28th of September with the Women’s U-19 One-Day League. The domestic cricket fraternity had suffered a massive setback during the previous season, owing to a severely curtailed 2020-2021 domestic period amidst a global pandemic. The tournament commenced with three matches getting underway 

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More than 3 years and 26 matches. Yes. This is what the streak looked like for Meg Lanning and Co, who even surpassed their male counterpart. However, on the 26th of September, India, against the side they started their unbeaten run, ended their streak in a nail-biting finish. India chasing 265, completed the victory with 

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More than 3 years and 26 matches. Yes. This is what the streak looked like for Meg Lanning and Co, who even surpassed their male counterpart. However, on the 26th of September, India, against the side they started their unbeaten run, ended their streak in a nail-biting finish. India chasing 265, completed the victory with 

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After a 1-1 T20 series tie between West Indies and South Africa, the subsequent five-match One Day International series concluded on 19th September at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, with the Windies depriving the Proteas women of a shot at sealing a series sweep; clinching a solitary win following what was the first-ever Super Over 

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Rachael Haynes’ unbeaten 93 and Alyssa Healy’s run a ball 77 helped Australia to take their winning streak to 25 matches before seamers restricted India to a modest total. Despite Mithali Raj’s 61 and brisk innings from debutant Richa Ghosh, India was below par when setting up a target, as impressive Australian pacers Darcie Brown 

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In 2014, India with 8 debutants in their playing XI, had played a test match after 8 years. And against the expectations of the experts, they convincingly beat England which was led by legendary Charlotte Edwards, by 6 wickets at Wormsley. While their male counterpart was dumped 1-3, the eves salvaged the pride of the 

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The First  Day of Rachael Hey-hoe Trophy Started with a bang this season. It witnessed 4 centuries , two fifers and two unexpected turn arounds in four matches. While Centuries from Emma Lamb and Lauren Winfield-Hill were snot enough to secure a victory for  Thunders and Diamonds  respectively, Vipers and Stars started their campaign with 

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Amy Jones magnificent hundred, the highest score in the Rachel Heyhoe Flint Trophy to date earned Central Sparks  a  by 41 runs victory against Western Storm. Jones finished not out on 163*, scoring successive centuries to guide her team into a winning position, despite a good bowling performance from Storm. Despite an unbroken partnership of 102 

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After a year of hiatus, where despite the pandemic situation cricket was organized sporadically, it is returning to its natural glory. Series and Domestic cricket had been organized, maintaining the strict protocol, all over the globe. International Women’s Cricket returned to its frame with the series against Germany and Austria, followed by a couple of 

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WBBL 06 which turned out to be one of the closest competitions from the days of its emancipation, witnessed the breathtaking performances. Three spots in the final were open for the grab and the eight matches matched the euphoria of the spectators. Shabnim Ismail’s fierce spell, Prestwidge’s 4-fer or Tess Flintoff’s double three wickets haul 

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Despite the speculations and some controversies, the Women’s T20 Challenge finally took place in the Play-off weeks of IPL 13 in UAE this year. Played under the same protocols, the three-team tournament, witnessed the nail-biting finishes. Though COVID-19 pushed this tournament from march to November which, resulted in a clash with WBBL, it ultimately turned 

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After the busy third week of WBBL 06, which witnessed the teams locking their horns in 12 matches, 4 matches took place in the 4th weekend. While Melbourne Stars continued their invincible runs, Brisbane Heats and Hobart Hurricanes turn the tide in their favour. The Stars Conitune its Invincible Runs Melbourne Stars, who missed their 

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Deepti Sharma has been conferred upon the prestigious Arjuna Award by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. She became the 12th Indian Women Cricketer to receive this prize. She is preceded by Shantha Rangaswamy (1976), Diana Edulji (1983), Shubhangi Kulkarni  (1985), Sandhya Agarwal (1986), Mithali Raj (2003), Anju Jain (2005), Anjum Chopra (2007), Jhulan 

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0,0,0,0,0,W,0,0,W,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,W,0,0,W – That was the bowling figure for South African Skipper Dane van Niekerk who claimed an incredible figure of 0/4 in their match against the then T-20I Champion West Indies. West Indies was wrapped up on 48 while Chedean Nation (26) saved them from further embarrassment. Winning the toss, South African skipper, Niekerk asked 

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Dear Sarah Taylor, I remember the day; I came to know about the ‘news’. Sarah Taylor has taken a break from cricket, due to an anxiety issue, the article stated. A few days ago, ‘Lotte has taken retirement from international cricket after the 2016 World Cup and the coach was thinking to rebuild the team. 

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Chile National Women Cricket team, popularly known as ‘Las Loicas’, became runners up in 2018 in SAWC (South American Women Championship) and 3rd in 2019. Chile is in the 48th position in ICC Women T20 ranking, behind Argentina and Brazil among the South American Country. Jeannette Cristina Garces Gonzalez, the first-ever captain of the National 

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You remember Jemimah Rodrigues’ stunner at mid-wicket against South Africa, don’t you? Marizanne Kapp was thinking about six till it reached the rope at mid-wicket, then Jemima Rodrigues popped out of nowhere, leapt on the spot and pulled off a stunner! She was inches in front of the rope as she took the catch. That 

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‘‘We will need to be very disciplined against this Indian side’’- a  day before the final, Australian captain Belinda Clark proclaimed. She and her teammates did exactly and that meant Australia’s domination of world cricket was complete and comprehensive. At the SuperSport Park in Centurion, 15 years back, on this day, Karen Rolton scored an 

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Cricket, wrote Christopher Douglas, the biographer of the controversial English cricketer Douglas Jardine, is a game that teaches its pupils to be “honest, impervious to physical pain, uncomplaining and civilized”. As society tends to become more and more civilized with every passing second, women also have been taken by cricket under its grasp. Now cricket 

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