Lizelle Lee

England in final after thriller

England in final after thriller

South Africa ride on Laura Wolvaardt and Mignon du Preez’s half-centuries and good bowling to push home side hard before going down read more

An expression of cricket through Kapp and van Niekerk

They’re expressive, they’re homesick sometimes, they’re never satisfied – but mostly the South African duo read more

STATS: Death overs and Power Plays in the Women’s World Cup

Some teams have preferred to build and accelerate, some have gone hard at the start and the read more

STATS: Raj makes history, Lee and van Niekerk leave a mark

India’s campaign on a downslide even as the big-hit count goes up and Natalie Sciver read more

Monkey off the back, Dottin admits to relief

The first centurion in Women’s T20Is finally gets to the three-figure mark in ODIs, and she couldn’t be more delighted

India’s chase of history and targets needs fresh approach

Opting to bowl against South Africa wasn't based on sound analysis and could prove to be a costly mistake

Power hitting is equally about timing for Lizelle Lee

“Any day you get Mithali Raj out, you feel surreal,” says van Niekerk on getting Indian captain for a golden duck

Lee, van Niekerk one-two punch floors India

Opener's 92 lifts South Africa to 273 for 9 before captain's four-for leaves Mithali Raj's side unraveling for 158

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

Beaumont, Taylor tons headline England win

Big opening stand and Chloe Tryon’s 26-ball 54 keep South Africa in the hunt but they eventually fall short by 68 runs

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