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newscricket6 months ago

IND W vs SA W | Our bowling department needs to work more on series preparation, laments Mithali Raj

After showing signs of improvement in the second ODI, Mithali Raj has now lamented the bowling department, asking for more preparation from their side prior to the series. Raj also added that Jhulan Goswami’s absence allowed for others to step up and take responsibility after the loss.
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newscricket6 months ago

IND W vs SA W | Could have done better with the bat; Lee played a brilliant knock, admits Mithali Raj 

Indian women's skipper Mithali Raj, after the third ODI loss, reckoned that the team could have put up a better performance than they did with the bat besides terming Lizelle Lee's century a 'brilliant knock. South African skipper was also delighted with the way Lee batted for her 132*.
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newscricket6 months ago

IND W vs SA W | Bowlers really need to more consistent with lines and lengths, reckons Mithali Raj

After a crushing eight-wicket defeat at the hands of South Africa, Mithali Raj has reckoned that the bowlers really need to be more consistent with their lines and lengths. Meanwhile, visiting skipper Sune Luus stated that it was an excellent all-round performance from the visitors in the first ODI.
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newscricketa year ago

Quinton de Kock named South Africa’s Mens cricketer of the year

South Africa’s limited-overs skipper Quinton de Kock, on Saturday, was rewarded for his stand-out 2019 and was named the Men’s Cricketer of the year by Cricket South Africa. While Lungi Ngidi was named the ODI cricketer of the year, Laura Wolvaardt won the Women’s Cricketer of the year award.
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newscricket2 years ago

ICC Women's WT20 | Poonam Yadav only Indian to make it to ICC's best XI of World Cup

Leg-spinner Poonam Yadav was the only Indian to make the cut in ICC’s official XI for the women’s T20 World Cup, with Shafali Verma missing out narrowly after her failure in the final. On the other hand, five Australian players made it to the final list, while England had four of their stars.
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