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Haynes to lead Australia Women in Ashes

Haynes to lead Australia Women in Ashes

Left-hand batter to stand in for Meg Lanning, who has been ruled out following shoulder surgery read more

Lanning signs up with Perth Scorchers

Australia captain inks three-year deal but her shoulder injury will keep her off the field for read more

Lanning ruled out of Women's Ashes

Batter to undergo long rehabilitation period of six-eight months after shoulder surgery; Haynes tipped to lead read more

Goswami reveals mid-World Cup despondency

The pacer had asked to be dropped, but was over-ruled and soon got back to her best

Chamari Athapaththu to play for Yorkshire in Super League

She will become the first Sri Lankan batter to play in England's T20 competition as a replacement for Beth Mooney

How Sachin's letter secured Harmanpreet a job

PRINT RUN: Mithali Raj's mother is just as cool and calm as her, ACA in India, the mad world of Major Rowland Bowen, and more

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

Pitch perfect: Goswami and Pandey do the trick

Early wickets, especially Meg Lanning’s, were the key, and the Indian pacers did their job masterfully in the World Cup semifinal

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 masterclass takes India into final

Her unbeaten 171 lays Australia low, who fight but lose by 36 runs in second semifinal

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