• Snehal Pradhan

    Snehal Pradhan fulfilled her childhood dream of sharing the new ball for India – with her idol Jhulan Goswami, no less – between 2008 and 2011. She led the Maharashtra attack for almost a decade, and now writes about the game from the sidelines. She tweets @SnehalPradhan.
“Not just a one-hit wonder” – WBBL boss Anthony Everard hopes to sustain the momentum

“Not just a one-hit wonder” – WBBL boss Anthony Everard hopes to sustain the momentum

Gate receipts, TV and social media numbers, audience interest and much else point to a bright future for the Australian women’s T20 league read more

The pull’s in place – time for Smriti Mandhana to shine

India and Brisbane Heat batter makes a mark on a ground where her feats stand alongside the read more

WBBL rookie experience: Paying it forward

Eight young players from Associate and Affiliate nations have the chance to learn from the best and read more

Rubina Chhetri: Taking notes in Australia, moving mountains in Nepal

Nepal Women captain and WBBL rookie makes a passionate case for more matches for the Associate nation  read more

Villani’s path to rediscovering cricket – and herself

Balancing aspects of life and sport, and stepping up to be a role model for LGBT kids has helped the opener fulfil her potential

Where the grass roots are greener

Sydney club cricket, with its professionalism, clear pathways and role models, serves as a blueprint for the women’s game elsewhere

Pregnancy clauses, players’ unions, and teething pains

Debate around Cricket Australia’s proposed contacts highlights the need for sensitivity and safety while addressing issues faced by female cricketers

Harmanpreet announces herself again at old Sydney favourite

As a newbie in 2009, she took on Australia at North Sydney Oval; in 2016, she soaked up pressure to make memorable WBBL debut

All eyes on a pathbreaking Women’s Big Bash League

With more games on TV and all matches live streamed, anticipation is high for the high-profile domestic women’s tournament

Block the road, it’s the turn of the good pitch

Did spectators arrive at the group-think that entertainment equals mammoth scores or was it assumed for them?

Australia and England – same, yet different

The women's heavyweights present distinct approaches to the game, one more conventional than the other

Australia Women storm into final as England wilt under pressure

Lanning fifty sets up defending champions' 132/6 before bowlers fight back to script five-run semifinal win

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