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South Africa A edge past India A to register first win of tri-series

South Africa A clinched to a 2-wicket victory against India A chasing 153 thanks to a gritty 37-run innings from Farhaan Behardien to register their first win in the tri-series. Earlier in the game, Manish Pandey's 55 helped India post a paltry total of 152 on the board that almost proved enough.
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reportcricket20 hours ago

India vs Sri Lanka | Talking points from Day 1 of first Test

India dominated the first day of the Galle Test thanks to the splendid innings of 190 by Shikhar Dhawan and a century from Cheteshwar Pujara as India finished the day with 399/3. With Pujara looking solid and Ajinkya Rahane gaining momentum, the Sri Lankans have their task cut out for the day 2.
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reportcricket4 days ago

ICC Women’s World Cup | England defeat India to bag their fourth title

England restricted India to 219 handing them a nine-run defeat to deny them their first ever title owing to some outstanding death bowling by Anya Shrubsole and Alex Hartley. Earlier in the game, the hosts could manage to score a below-par 228, but that eventually proved to be sufficient.
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reportcricket7 days ago

ICC Women’s World Cup | Harmanpreet Kaur’s pyrotechnics helps India set up a final clash against England

India handed Australia a crushing 36-run defeat to book the final date with England at Lord’s on Sunday bowling out the defending champions for 245 in the rain-curtailed encounter. Earlier, an outstanding innings from Harmanpreet Kaur (171*) helped India put up a monstrous total of 281 in 42 overs.
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reportcricket9 days ago

ICC Women’s World Cup | Sarah Taylor half-century propels England to home final

Sarah Taylor’s half-century and useful contribution by the top order helped England Women defeat South Africa by two wickets to reach the finals of the ICC Women’s World Cup. Earlier, England’s assortment of bowlers restricted the Proteas for 218, which eventually proved to be not enough.
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reportcricket15 days ago

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 | Clinical Australia hand India their second successive loss

An all-around Australian side chased down the required 227 runs in 45.1 overs to win the match by 8-wickets after restricting the Indian batting lineup in spite of a strong start. Earlier in the game, Punam Raut’s knock of (106) and Mithali Raj’s (69) ensured India put up a modest score of 226 runs.
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reportcricket18 days ago

Evin Lewis powers Windies to a dominating win over India

Evin Lewis (125*) single-handedly decimated the Indian bowling attack to guide the hosts to a convincing 9-wicket victory over India in the one-off T20 in Jamaica. Earlier, the Indian innings was pulled back by some excellent death bowling by the Windies spearheaded by Jerome Taylor (2/31).
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reportcricket19 days ago

ICC Women’s World Cup | South Africa hand India their first loss of the tournament

South Africa ended India’s perfect record at the ongoing Women’s World Cup as they crushed Mithali Raj’s side by 115 runs at Grace Grounds in Leicester. Having been asked to bat first, South Africa posted a formidable score of 273/9, before dismissing India for a paltry total of 158.
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reportcricket20 days ago

India vs West Indies | Virat Kohli’s record century help India clinch series 3-1

Indian skipper Virat Kohli scored his 18th century while chasing to help India romp past Windies’ target of 206 runs by losing 2 wickets with 13.1 overs to spare. Earlier in the game, Indian pacers shone with the ball to confine the Windies side to a modest 205 at the batting-friendly Sabina Park.
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reportcricket21 days ago

ICC Women's World Cup | India beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to inch closer to semi-finals spot

An efficient Indian women’s team beat the Sri Lankans by 16 runs to clinch their fourth win on the trot at the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup. After Deepti Sharma (78) and Mithali Raj (50) took India to 232/8 in 50 overs, the Indian bowlers choked the Sri Lankan batting to seal the win.
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