reportcricket2 months ago

India Women vs England Women | Kate Cross’ economical bowling helps England clean sweep T20 series

The England women have whitewashed India by 3-0 in the T20I series as they won the nail-biting last game by just one run. The match went all down to the last over in which Kate Cross gave away only one run and picked up two wickets to ensure another win for the visitors in Guwahati.
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reportcricket3 months ago

India vs England | Late Danielle Wyatt heroics bring consolatory win for visitors

After sealing the three-match ODI series in the first two matches itself, Mithali Raj and Co. succumbed to a two-wicket loss in the final ODI in Wankhede, thanks to Danielle Wyatt’s fifty. The Indian eves will now take on England in a three-match T20I series, which will all be held in Guwahati.
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newscricket3 months ago

Players with momentum should cover up for those not having a good day, says Mithali Raj

Mithali Raj, India ODI skipper, has asserted that players who are in form should capitalize on it and perform to their potential without losing the momentum. She also credited the bowlers for delivering on the second match that led to India’s series win over England, gaining two championship points.
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reportcricketa year ago

India vs England women | Danielle Wyatt century streamrolls India in tri-series

With the help of Danielle Wyatt’s majestic century and Tammy Beaumont’s purposeful batting display, the English women registered a seven-wicket victory over India women today. Earlier, Smriti Mandhana and Mithali Raj’s half-centuries resulted in India scoring a total as big as 198 in 20 overs.
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reportcricket2 years 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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