Women's cricket, and romance, is alive and well in Taunton

The Women's World Cup is a homecoming for Somerset’s cricket-obsessed, but much more excitement is in store

Sana Mir lays down the marker, ponders the future

The Pakistan Women captain has been a giant of the game – the team needs to find someone to stand on her shoulders for higher glory

Rejoicing in the success of the ‘smaller’ teams

The Asian nations were not expected to have a major say in the Champions Trophy; so, how come they have thrown up three semifinalists?

If you can’t get enough of Murali, here’s Yasir

Playing cricket with a smile in an age of snarl, the Pakistan leggie is the modern-day avatar of the Sri Lankan offie

You create your own luck through hard work: Perry

Losing a final, even a World Cup final, doesn’t sit well; you’re always left wanting more, says ace Australian allrounder

Milestones don’t matter as long as we win: Priest

New Zealand Women wicketkeeper-batter throws light on tango with Bates, on her aggressive approach, and the team’s attacking brand of cricket

Cricket Videos
Masterclass: Mithali Raj
Masterclass: Mithali Raj

The India Women captain took time out before the 2017 World Cup to talk us through her methods at the crease

We tried our level best
“We tried our level best”

Virat Kohli: You’ve played enough to understand that your job is done – one team has to lose on the day

Cricket games: The stuff of life

In December 1972, when Owzat! came home, any chance the writer had of a proper career went up in smoke

The press and players: Lament for a lost world

Young cricketers don't need media training, their time could be better spent being trained to bat, bowl and field