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Perry, Priest jostle for limelight

Perry, Priest jostle for limelight

Home-grown talent goes missing as season two of Women’s Super League reaches its business end read more

Biggest challenge is to keep squad injury-free: Mahony

Australian physio opens up on workload monitoring, the role of technology and the demands of an increasingly read more

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 read more

Taylor and Aguilleira shape a vision for the future

With the responsibility of veterans and the enthusiasm of rookies, the terrific duo have kept West Indies Women’s cricket on track through different challenges

Cricket’s traditions knocked for a six

Print Run: BCCI’s T20I plans in Florida, SLC's brave stance, testing times for English cricket, and more

A Heather Knight touch in England cricket's level-up

After the Pakistan demolition, England's new captain is set for the KSL and the next step forward in the game's growth in the country

Bates excited by standalone women's Super League
  • AFP
  • Jul 28, 2016

New Zealand Women skipper keen to create separate fan-base instead of riding on coattails of men’s game

Indian women get nod for WBBL, KSL participation

Women’s cricket committee gives provisional go-ahead but contracts must be offered through Indian board

WCSL explainer: What we know so far

A second tournament after the WBBL with the best players in the world in action could only be beneficial for the women’s game

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