Australia, pull out an absolute stunner to clinch their first-ever World T20, a decade ago, on this day. Both the teams were invincible till the finals and were contenders to lift the Cup. New Zealand looked confident after restricting their counter part to 106 for 8, but they could not deal with the pressure, created 

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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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Cricket in Chile dates back to 1829 when the crew of two Royal Navy of Britain played among them at Valparaiso. The Valparaiso Cricket Club used to be the oldest in the country was established in 1860. After WW-II, the sports faced a rapid decline due to the exodus of the British officers. After WWII, 

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Laura Wolvaardt has been regarded as the prodigy of South African cricket in the 50 overs game by many. She has admitted that she loves to play in that format and wants to play technically correct cricket. On this day, in 2017, she once again had proved her point.   At Potchefstroom, Mignon Du Preez won 

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It came to her as a complete shocker. Charlotte Edwards had been doing well even in the shortest format of the game. In the 2016 World Cup, she had become the first-ever player, across the gender, to score 2500 runs in T20I cricket. She had scored 684 runs in 23 innings with an average of 

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Half-centuries from Asha Rawat, Mithali Raj, and Rumeli Dhar lead India to beat Sri Lanka by 177 runs and win their 4th successive Asia Cup title in 2008, on this day. Asha Rawat was declared as the Player of the Match for her 97, and Rumeli Dhar lifts the trophy of Player if the Tournament. 

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Raisibe Ntozakhe, the no 11 batter of the Proteas and the debutant was on strike. She had faced 5 balls without making any run. South Africa was shattered that day by Indian bowling attack and barely managed to get past the 100 run mark. Ntozakhe, who was facing Jhulan Goswami, the stalwart Indian seamer for 

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