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newscricket3 months ago

ENG W vs IND W | Middle-order batters need just one good game to soar back into form, asserts Jhulan Goswami

India’s Jhulan Goswami threw her weight behind the team’s misfiring middle-order and insisted that world-class players like Harmanpreet Kaur and Punam Raut need just one good knock to get themselves back into form. Goswami also challenged the pacers to put up a better showing come the 2nd ODI.
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featurecricket7 months ago

IND W vs SA W | India Player Ratings - South Africa steamroll past the Indian struggle

After being put to bat, India made a real mess of their start, losing wickets before veterans Harmanpreet Kaur and Mithali Raj bailed them out but they folded for just 177. However, South Africa showed exactly how to bat in these conditions, with an immaculate run-chase from their openers.
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newscricket2 years ago

WIW vs INDW | Disciplined bowling helps India level series at 1-1

A disciplined bowling performance from India’s bowling unit helped them level the three-match ODI series against West Indies at the Sir Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua. Winning the toss, India decided to bat and put up 191 for six from their 50 overs, before restricting the hosts to 138 for nine.
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newscricket2 years ago

IND W vs SA W | Punam Raut, Mithali Raj help India seal series win over South Africa

After thrashing South Africa Women in the first ODI, half-centuries from Punam Raut and skipper Mithali Raj in the second ODI helped the Women in Blue take a 2-0 lead and thereby seal the series. Shikha Pandey, Poonam Yadav and Ekta Bisht also starred with the ball, claiming two wickets each.
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reportcricket2 years ago

IND W vs SA W | Brave Priya Punia stands tall as India women take 1-0 lead in ODIs

23-year-old debutant Priya Punia fittingly hit the winning runs as Indian women’s cricket team beat South Africa in Vadodara. India's disciplined bowling attack, led by Jhulan Goswami, restricted South Africa to 164 after which Punia and Jemimah Rodrigues steered India towards victory.
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reportcricket3 years ago

India Women vs England Women | Smriti Mandhana complements bowlers’ efforts to guide India to series win

The Mithali Raj-led Indian team put up a stunning all-round performance to take the team to an unassailable 2-0 series lead against England at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. After bowlers restricted the visitors to 161, Smriti Mandhana led the chase with a half-century with Raj giving her company.
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newscricket3 years ago

India vs Sri Lanka Women's | Bowlers shine as India thrash Sri Lanka by 9 wickets in 1st ODI

It was a combined bowling performance in the first ODI of the series at Galle that lead to a nine-wicket victory for the Indian side against Sri Lanka on Tuesday. Mansi Joshi scalped three wickets for India while left-handed opener Smriti Mandhana top-scored with unbeaten 73 in the run-chase.
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newscricket3 years ago

Poonam Yadav’s three-fer helps India blue clinch Women’s T20 Challenger Trophy

Indian cricketer Poonam Yadav's three-wicket haul has helped India Blue defeat the India Red team by a very close margin to clinch the Women’s T20 Challenger Trophy at the KSCA Cricket Ground in Alur. India Blue have managed to bag the title in spite of skipper Mithali Raj’s absence.
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newscricket4 years ago

VIDEO | Pooja Vastrakar six breaks the scoreboard with a humongous six

How often do we see sixes breaking things at cricket grounds? In the second ODI of the India-Australia women’s game, 18-year-old Pooja Vastrakar found a new thing to break as she completely shattered the manual scoreboard with a massive six over mid-wicket off left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs Australia women | Nicole Bolton guides visitors to unassailable series lead

Nicole Bolton’s 84-run knock and half-centuries from Ellyse Perry and Beth Mooney helped Australia secure a comprehensive 2-0 series victory over India after winning the 2nd match by 60 runs. Chasing 287, India faltered as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals to end the innings at 227 runs.
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