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After Shafali's blazing innings that comprised seven fours and three sixes, Suman Guila (31 off 25) and Mansi Joshi (25 not out off 16) took the team home on the opening day of the competition.
Explained: What is new Women’s T20 event in Dubai and why Indian cricketers might not participate in it
Coming May is going to witness the birth of another T20 tournament which claims to be unique as it is going to host women cricketers from as many as 35 countries.
The BCCI added that it was important for the players to feature in domestic events which will be played around the same time as it would be the basis for the qualification for the 2023 T20 World Cup.
Interview | Kumble wasn’t treated well and the entire saga could have been handled 100 times better: Ex-CoA chief Vinod Rai
Vinod Rai, who was the head of the Committee of Administrators in the BCCI, talks about his new book on his innings in the cricket board and various issues that he dealt with during his 33-month tenure
Explained: What the rest can learn from seven-time World Cup winning Australian women’s cricket team
The success of this Australian side is a combination of the players’ skills, team culture, and a system that fosters the development of both.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Harmanpreet's form, death bowling problems — hits and misses from India's campaign
While most things did not go India’s way, they have things to look forward to as well. Here are some takeaways from the World Cup, either way.
India face Bangladesh on Tuesday, and should they win that one, fate will remain in their own hands heading to the last round-robin game against South Africa.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Revamped India must build on positives, need to forget defeat to Australia
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: India now face two must-win games and it's important they quickly shrug off the loss against Australia, learn from their mistakes and build on the positives from the match.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Edulji wants Harmanpreet to bat higher up; Rangaswamy backs Mithali to fire
Former captains Edulji and Rangaswamy feel the Indian team can't afford to 'blow hot and cold' in a big event like the ongoing World Cup and called for consistency in the batting department.
Women's Cricket World Cup: With the semi-finals race heating up, India are in a pickle after losing to England. Inconsistent India need to raise their game before it's too late.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Aware of the power of dangerous Mandhana and Harmanpreet, says Perry
Searching for a record-extending seventh title, Australia have been on a roll in the the World Cup, winning all four of their matches so far. The Meg Lanning led-side faces last edition's runner-up India next on Saturday.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Important to continue playing like we did against West Indies, says Harmanpreet Kaur
India had dished out a splendid all-round performance against an in-form West Indies side to notch up a dominating 155-run win in their previous outing.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Under-pressure India batters step up to script uplifting win against West Indies
It was an incredible batting display by Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur, but what stood out the most for India was the batters' ability to turn things around under pressure, and that too less than 48 hours after losing to New Zealand.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Harmanpreet Kaur does well when she has her back to wall, says Smriti Mandhana
Harmanpreet Kaur is at her best when she has her back to the wall, the stylish Smriti Mandhana said, after the duo's hit hundreds in India's emphatic 155-run victory over West Indies in an ICC Women's World Cup match.
Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur slammed twin centuries as India produced a splendid batting display to notch up a comprehensive 155-run win over West Indies
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Mandhana, Kaur slam tons as dominant India crush West Indies by 155 runs
Smriti Mandhana (123) and Harmanpreet Kaur (109) helped India post a massive 317/8 on the board after opting to bat before the bowlers recovered from a shaky start to bundled West Indies out for 162.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: 'Classy', 'clinical', Twitter reacts to Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur centuries
Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur slammed centuries on Saturday as India posted a mammoth 317/8 batting first against West Indies.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: The good work of India bowlers in the death overs was undone by risk-averse Indian batters as Mithali Raj and Co suffered first defeat in the World Cup.
An inept batting performance by India led to an all-too familiar surrender against New Zealand as the Mithali Raj-led side went down by 62 runs in its second league stage match on Thursday.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: India's torment at the hands of New Zealand continues with 62-run loss
New Zealand, who have dominated the Indians throughout this summer, didn't let anything change in a familiar script by first scoring a healthy 260 for 9. They then choked the 'Women in Blue' before bowling them out for only 198 in 46.4 overs.