Fast bowler Jhulan Goswami rises to top spot, opener Smriti Mandhana consolidates number 1 position in ICC ODI rankings
Goswami, who last held the top spot in February 2017, finished with eight wickets in the series while helping her team reach second position in the eight-team championship
India Women vs New Zealand Women: Time to applaud Mithali Raj's focus and longevity as she gears up for her 200th ODI
A simple approach to her game is the reason behind Mithali’s longevity, and there is no reason why it cannot push her for a few more years as more milestones await to be conquered.
Women's T20I tri-series in India: Hosts fail to capitalise on Smriti Mandhana's 67, lose by 6 wickets to Australia
The biggest problem for India Women was that save Goswami, the other two seamers Shikha Pandey (0/25 in two overs) and Rumeli Dhar (0/28 in 2.1 overs) were ineffective.
Women's T20I Tri-series in India: Australia start as favourites, but exciting tournament may suffer due to lack of publicity
The practice wickets at the Brabourne didn’t seem to offer much turn, so this tri-series is likely to be another run-festival, but one with no audience.
Mithali Raj, bowlers help India thrash South Africa in 5th women's T20I, end tour with series double
Indian women cricket team defeated South African women by 54 runs in the fifth Twenty20 International to clinch the series 3-1.
Highlights, India women vs South Africa women, 5th T20I at Cape Town: Visitors beat hosts by 54 runs, win series 3-1
Well, well Kapp is making a move. She is targeting Gayakwad. Scores two successive sixes. 16 off the over. South Africa need a few more of these.
Highlights, India Women vs South Africa Women, 3rd T20I at Johannesburg, Full Cricket Score: Hosts win by 5 wickets, keep series alive
Four, six and out. Some high octane action from Tryon. Marizanne Kapp comes in at the fall of that wicket. South Africa are within touching distance of a win. A scrappy single and South Africa win. They win by 5 wickets to keep the 5-match series alive. South Africa have now beaten India for the first time in T20Is.
Rumeli Dhar returns to Indian women's squad after six-year hiatus for remaining T20Is against South Africa
Veteran all-rounder Rumeli Dhar returned to the Indian women's cricket team for the remaining three T20 Internationals against South Africa in place of an inured Jhulan Goswami, ending a six-year hiatus.
Indian women are on the cusp of setting a rare benchmark as they eye a maiden double series win on South African soil when they take on the hosts in the third Twenty20 International.