featurecricket9 months ago

SATIRE | Blame game continues as Vinod Rai calls Mithali Raj, Ramesh Powar, and Diano Edulji for meeting

Winter had finally come as the shivery servant rushed into the building carelessly stepping on the house dog’s tail on his way up. The dog could have come back to take a chunk of his posterior but they both knew that their master was tensed of late and got cranky when the breakfast was late.
Subhayan Dutta
featurecricket2 years ago

India wakes up to its women cricketers

Fortunes fluctuated until the very end and finally, England managed to win their fourth title thanks to some unbelievable death bowling by Anya Shrubsole, who nailed the yorkers at an alarming frequency to hand India a gut-wrenching nine-run loss.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket2 years ago

Harmanpreet Kaur - A legend in the making

Harmanpreet Kaur Bhullar better known as Harmanpreet Kaur single-handedly tore apart the Australian bowling to guide India to a commendable 281 at the end of 42 overs. Kaur's fiery innings eventually paved the way for India's entry into their second Women's World Cup final.
Rohan Chawla
featurecricket2 years ago

Widespread Television coverage- a shot in the arm for taking women's cricket forward

The ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 has shown how far women's cricket has come and can go - it was telecast in 139 countries, and streamed online in 200 territories around the world. In a pleasant surprise, the India-Pakistan women’s match attracted as many viewers as the India-Windies men’s fourth ODI.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricket2 years ago

Mithali Raj and 18 years of scripting a legacy

There is a great little story - the story of a legend who scripted a legacy for generations to follow, the story of a sleepy girl who was forced to play cricket because of a strict father and equally supportive mother, the story of Mithali Raj - the trailblazer for Indian women's cricket.
Bastab K Parida