Naps, runs, degrees and laughs – the Laura-Lizelle stand

Naps, runs, degrees and laughs – the Laura-Lizelle stand

The South African opening batters, very different yet similar characters, open up about their camaraderie, careers and choices read more

Mithali Raj sets sight on 2021 World Cup

India Women’s captain had earlier said 2017 edition would be her final one read more

Women’s Championship well intentioned, but also an opportunity missed

Bangladesh and Ireland continue to languish betwixt and between; ‘context’ and ‘primacy’ could lead to fewer matches read more

Ralph Dellor passes away aged 69

He began his broadcasting career in 1970, and has coached several teams, including England Women and Norway

Lanning signs up with Perth Scorchers

Australia captain inks three-year deal but her shoulder injury will keep her off the field for the 2017-18 edition of the WBBL

The most pressure comes from within: Beams

Australia Women legspinner opens on up World Cup disappointment, the possibility of leading her country in the Ashes, and more

Month-long mania – India Women in demand like never before

It’s been a frenetic and eventful 30 days for Mithali Raj’s World Cup finalists, who have graduated from cricketers to celebrities

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

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