• Karunya Keshav

    Karunya Keshav is senior copy editor at Wisden India. She tweets @kuks.
The wheel turns, but women’s cricket more promising than ever

The wheel turns, but women’s cricket more promising than ever

The dedication that clubs like KIOC showed to the women’s game through barren years has borne fruit, with a new generation being inspired read more

Women's World Cup 2017: Giant leap for womankind

The World Cup had its share of glitches, but the tournament has brought to light what these read more

England Women: Living in each other’s pockets to pouch the grand prize

From old horses to butterflies, from mavericks to Love Island bingo, the 2017 World Cup winners have read more

Shrubsole six gives England fourth World Cup title

India implode to go from 191/3 to 219 all out to lose by nine runs despite read more

Goswami, Poonam set up 229-run chase

Loss of wickets in clutches hurt England in World Cup final; Taylor, Sciver and Brunt do most of the scoring to haul them to 228/7

Not quite ‘at home’ but England relishing Lord’s high

Heather Knight and Mark Robinson have prepared the team as well as possible, they only need the rains to stay away now

Lord’s and history beckon for India, England

In front of a packed stadium, with both teams having played exciting cricket, there will be everything to battle for in the final

Pace at the World Cup, and a chance for a last hurrah

While they don’t have the numbers in the wickets column to show, the seam bowlers have made valuable contributions in the tournament

Australia’s best laid plans go awry in World Cup

The lack of a third seamer hurt the team, and though they had most bases covered, Harmanpreet exposed some weaknesses

WBBL has transformed Harmanpreet, says Raj

Alex Blackwell, captain of the WWC semifinal hero at Sydney Thunder last season, wants the Indian allrounder back – “full stop”

Harmanpreet’s 171 – a trailblazing landmark

The batter not only broke several records, but also wowed everyone watching her innings in the semifinal against Australia

Constant encouragement helps England thrive

Taylor says returning to cricket seemed far-fetched a year ago, but team and coach Robinson have eased her back in

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