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Felt like I was in a dream, gushes centurion Bolton

Felt like I was in a dream, gushes centurion Bolton

Australian skipper Lanning all praise for opening duo after comfortable win over Windies read more

South Africa prise open spin stranglehold

Pakistan trigger mid-innings panic but the calm of Ismail denies them a dramatic victory read more

Women on a mission: Taylor & Co want to correct 50-over anomaly

Tops in Twenty20s, Windies have been off the boil in 50-over cricket – “asking ourselves that question read more

Women's cricket finds space under DRS umbrella

Available for the ten televisied World Cup games, it may have made the difference for India, and read more

One match-winning knock won't satisfy Mandhana's craving for runs

Laid low by injury for past five and half months, opener is eager to make a difference in India's World Cup campaign

From borrowed shirt and warm platform for a bed, Afghan cricket has come a long way

Former coach Kabir reflects on the journey of a lifetime while his successor Rajput lauds increased consistency

Women’s World Cup 2017 digest: One day to go

Mithali Raj makes a statement, Windies' struggles, and Australia in fine form

Simmons welcomes new Test teams: “You can’t learn unless you play”

Afghanistan consultant hails the talent in Nabi, Rashid; says Shahzad’s ban over doping a “great loss”

Kumble exit: Setting a dangerous precedent

Indian cricket will survive, perhaps even thrive, under a new coach, but things aren’t quite as straightforward and black-and-white as that

Keeping pressure at bay, key to success: Amita

Veteran of three Women’s World Cups says India must continue to follow the template that has brought them success in recent times

Short, snappy, sharp – Champions Trophy gets the thumbs up

The form book was ripped to shreds and Pakistan emerged unlikely winners; how did all that happen? Here are some answers

Women’s World Cup 2013 – “Lack of familiarity with rules hurt us”

Gouher Sultana, the left-arm spinner, reflects on a campaign gone awry, and her own personal disappointments

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