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Women's World Cup 2017: no longer in no man's land

Women's World Cup 2017: no longer in no man's land

The increase in television interest, prize money, and appreciation is a sign of progress, and it could be reflected in a more tightly contested event read more

Women’s World Cup stats: Tale of Australian dominance

Most wins, highest totals, successful chases, narrowest defeats and tied matches – part 1 of a statistical analysis read more

Go for gold, India!

Miandad’s birthday, Broad is awe-struck, a surprising semis line-up, and Gayle puts out a ‘ read more

30 days to go: Know your teams at the Women’s World Cup 2017

Australia, the defending champions, topped the Championship table, but will face stiff competition from England, New Zealand, West Indies and India

Devine returns, Kerr named in New Zealand World Cup squad

At 16, legspinner will be youngest to represent her side in the tournament; Kasperek also back from injury break

Williamson wins Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for second year

Wagner, Guptill, Satterthwaite and Bates among other major winners in New Zealand Cricket’s annual awards

Contracts in women’s cricket – an unequal journey

Even before the proposed 125% pay hike, Australia have been the leaders of professionalism, while India present a puzzling case

Lanning ton takes Australia to series win

New Zealand Women lose their way from a strong position to post 270/9, which is overhauled with four balls in hand

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