Natalie Sciver

Shrubsole, Taylor take Storm into final

Shrubsole, Taylor take Storm into final

Allrounder's 3 for 22 and No. 4 batter's 37 in low-scoring game secures showdown with Southern Vipers read more

Mithali Raj named captain of World Cup XI

Champions England have four players in the XI, with India and South Africa having three each read more

World Cup final: Moments that mattered

Raut's grit, Shrubsole’s six were among the highlights, but there were other significant instances too read more

Shrubsole does the trick

Sparkling efforts from Goswami and Raut go in vain as India implode to give England fourth World Cup title

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

Watching Dhoni, reading Madonna: India brace for Lord's

PRINT RUN: England’s band of sisters, ten years of Ellyse Perry, the story of the fastest bowler ever, and more

India v England – how the players match up

“I don’t see any fear in them,” says Mithali Raj of her team ahead of title clash at Lord’s

Hear them roar – the women who’ve ruled the World Cup

The MVPs, areas of concern, highlights – and Katy Perry lines that define the four semifinalists

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 gives herself at least two chances to break a major record

‘Natmeg’ in her range, Sciver goes from strength to strength

Her approach is a risky one, but the England batter has made it work for her brilliantly at the World Cup so far

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