India (270), who made the final of this year's T20 World Cup, are a point ahead of New Zealand (269), the ICC said in a statement.
The Pakistan Cricket Board said on Thursday that Hemp was appointed after a robust and transparent recruitment process in which a number of foreign and local qualified candidates had taken part in.
The much-awaited Challenger series, popularly known as women's mini IPL, will be held in the United Arab Emirates from 4 to 9 November, a senior IPL official confirmed the development.
While Ellyse Perry has been included subject to fitness, pace bowler Tayla Vlaeminck will miss the series because of a foot injury.
On this day, 18 years ago, Mithali Raj smashed the then highest individual score in women's Test cricket.
"It's not that the BCCI is not thinking about women's cricket. I only think they need to be more specific in communication about women's cricket," Chopra said.
Shanta Rangaswamy says BCCI’s decision to host T20 Challenge shows it’s commitment towards women’s cricket
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had earlier confirmed that the Women’s T20 Challenge will take place this year in November, during the men’s Indian Premier League.
Mithali Raj says she's ready to give another shot at World Cup glory in 2021, hopes to bow out on a high
After coming close to leading India to the ultimate glory in 2017, senior cricketer Mithali Raj is hopeful of tasting success in the 2021 ICC Women's World Cup and ending her career on a high.
On this day: Harmanpreet Kaur smashes career-defining 171 not out in World Cup semi-final against Australia
Harmanpreet Kaur displayed her brutal power game when she smashed 171 off just 115 balls, on 20 July 2017, in the all-important semi-final clash against Australia at the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup in England.
'What is the need to change anything?' asks Jhulan Goswami on suggestions made by Sophie Devine and Jemimah Rodrigues to popularise women's cricket
India's leading wicket-taker Jhulan Goswami has backed Shikha Pandey's opinion, saying that there is no need to bring changes when women's cricket is already seeing a rise in popularity as well as improvement in players' skills.
'Don’t have to tinker with rules': India pacer Shikha Pandey says women's cricket needs marketing and not rule changes
Shikha Pandey said women's cricket should not be compared to men's cricket and should be seen as a 'different sport altogether'
Cricket Australia continues cost reduction drive triggered by COVID-19 pandemic, cuts ties with head of female engagement Sarah Styles
'Cricket Australia has been a pioneer in female engagement in sport and Sarah (Styles) has been at the forefront of that strategy,' CA said in a statement to Sydney Morning Herald.
Former England women’s captain Clare Connor will become the first female president of the 233-year-old Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), it was announced at an historic AGM on Wednesday.
Ireland all-rounder Kim Garth signs two-year deal with Cricket Victoria, qualifies to represent Australia women's team in future
Ireland born all-rounder Kim Garth has qualified to represent Australian women's cricket team in the near future after signing a two-year deal with Cricket Victoria as an overseas recruit.
Condoling her death, Tripura Cricket Association secretary Timir Chanda said the state has lost an upcoming talent.
Australia's Nicola Carey says it would be 'pretty cool' to experiment with smaller, lighter balls in women's cricket
World Cup-winning Australian all-rounder Nicola Carey on Friday backed calls to try smaller and lighter balls in the women's game which could enhance power-hitting and in turn boost the popularity
New Zealand captain Sophie Devine has recommended using a smaller ball to make women’s cricket more attractive, while India’s Jemimah Rodrigues believes a shorter pitch is another innovation worth exploring.
Jemimah Rodrigues, Sophie Devine call for more innovations to women's cricket to increase its appeal
New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine and India batter Jemimah Rodrigues would like to see more innovations in women’s cricket to help the sport gain more popularity.
India women's team were supposed to play a bilateral series comprising three ODIs and three T20Is against England which remains postponed for the time being.
Australia captain Meg Lanning confident of being ready for 2021 Women’s World Cup even if left with little time to prepare
Australia's World Cup-winning captain Meg Lanning is hopeful that the women's ODI World Cup will go ahead as planned next year and remains confident that their preparation for the big-ticket event will not be affected due to the coronavirus-forced break.