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WBBL 2022-23 | Jemimah Rodrigues makes her move from Renegades to Stars for the upcoming edition

India’s Jemimah Rodrigues has signed with Melbourne Stars for her second stint at the WBBL, after having played for Melbourne Renegades last year. Rodrigues, 22, will become the first Indian to represent the Stars in the eighth edition of the competition, which is set to begin on October 13.
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newscricket10 months ago

Women’s Ashes 2022 | Sophie Molineux ruled out of Women's Ashes

Australia all-rounder Sophie Molineux has been ruled out of the Women's Ashes series, having sustained a stress fracture to her right foot while playing in the recently concluded Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) 2021. The multi-format Ashes will begin with the lone Test on January 27 in Canberra.
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newscricketa year ago

WBBL 2021 | WATCH - Kim Garth bowls a record breaking spell of 3-3-0-3

Former Ireland all-rounder Kim Garth bowled a record-breaking spell of three straight maidens as her team Melbourne Stars defeated Sydney Thunders by 12 runs. Kim scalped the wickets of Tahlia Wilson, Phoebe Litchfield, and Corinne Hall, and helped Melbourne Stars to defend a meager total of 108/7.
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newscricketa year ago

WBBL 2021 | Video: Radha Yadav plucks a stunning one-handed catch at Women’s Big Bash League 2021

Radha Yadav, the India left-arm spinner, plucked a stunning one-handed catch for the Sydney Sixers Women to dismiss Hobart Hurricanes’ Mignon du Preez in the fourth match of the Women’s Big Bash League 2021 in Hobart on Sunday. Later, Shafali Verma’s 50-ball 57 guided Sixers to a five-wicket win.
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newscricketa year ago

Women's Big Bash League 2021-22 | WBBL to proceed despite Tasmania lockdown

The seventh edition of the Women’s Big Bash League will proceed according to the schedule, despite a three-day lockdown in Tasmania due to fresh Covid-19 cases. However, the double-headers to be played on Sunday, October 17 have been swapped as Perth Scorchers arrived late on Saturday.
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newscricketa year ago

Poonam Yadav joins Brisbane Heat for WBBL 2021

Poonam Yadav has signed for the Brisbane heat replacing Amelia Kerr and became the eighth Indian cricketer to appear in the upcoming edition of the tournament. Brisbane Heat will begin their campaign on October 17 versus Perth Scorchers and Poonam will play a crucial role with her leg-spin.
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newscricketa year ago

WBBL 2021 | Hobart Hurricanes sign India wicket-keeper batter Richa Ghosh

Hobart Hurricanes have signed India wicket-keeper batter Richa Ghosh for the upcoming season of Women’s Big Bash League. Ghosh becomes the seventh Indian player to join a WBBL team after Smirti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma, Shafali Verma, Radha Yadav, Jemimah Rodrigues and Harmanpreet Kaur.
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newscricketa year ago

WBBL 2021 | Melbourne Renegades sign Indian batters Jemimah Rodrigues and Harmanpreet Kaur

Melbourne Renegades have signed Indian batters Jemimah Rodrigues and Harmanpreet Kaur for the upcoming season of Women’s Big Bash League, which begins on October 14. Jemimah and Harmanpreet have joined the exclusive club of six Indian players who signed this week for the WBBL 2021-22
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newscricketa year ago

Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma join Sydney Thunder for Women’s Big Bash League

India opener Smriti Mandhana and all-rounder Deepti Sharma are all set to play for Sydney Thunder in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) 2021. Smriti will represent her third franchise in WBBL, whereas Deepti Sharma will play her debut season in WBBL which begins on October 14 in Australia.
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newscricketa year ago

WBBL 2021 | Amelia Kerr withdraws from Women's Big Bash League to focus on mental health

New Zealand leg-spinner Amelia Kerr has decided to withdraw her name from the upcoming season of Women’s Big Bash League to continue her focus on mental health. She had earlier withdrawn from the limited overs tour of England consisting of three T20Is and five ODIs, citing mental health reasons.
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