Women’s World T20 2016

2016 in review: Women come into their own, in style

2016 in review: Women come into their own, in style

More games, more power and more exposure combine to catapult the women’s game to the forefront; the real challenge, however, still lies ahead read more

Taylor and Aguilleira shape a vision for the future

With the responsibility of veterans and the enthusiasm of rookies, the terrific duo have kept West Indies read more

Harmanpreet in line for WBBL debut

India Women allrounder set to join defending champions Sydney Thunder read more

Big pay rise for Australia’s women

The Southern Stars, who finished runners-up at the World T20, are now the country’s highest read more

WBBL has played a part in West Indies’ success

Stokes will benefit from the experience in the final over while Root has shown that he is mastering the shortest format

“I hope West Indies thrive”

Isa Guha: T20 is an excellent vehicle for the women’s game, it brings more countries to the table

Women’s World T20 – going one step further

The tournament passed the test of being able to stand independently, but for continued future success, more needs to be done

West Indies really took the game on, concedes Lanning

Matthew Mott points to last over of Australian innings and losing key moments as reasons for his team’s defeat in World T20 final

Women’s World Twenty20 2016: Team of the tournament

Stafanie Taylor leads a side with four West Indies players, with Australia and New Zealand finding good representation

Taylor wants triumph to be stepping stone to greater things

Both Hayley Matthews and her captain credit WBBL for helping their growth as players

West Indies cruise to maiden title

Defending champions Australia go down after half-centuries from Hayley Matthews and Stafanie Taylor

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