Indian Women’s Cricket Team – Club • 1ST TEST • Birmingham ENG 393/8d & 273 AUT (30 ov, T:281) 386 & 107/3 Day 4 – Australia need 174 runs. Schedule of the report series

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Club • 2 Private TEST • Colombo (PSS) SL-A(66 ov) 257/7 SA-A Day 1 – Sri Lanka A elected to bat at. Schedule series

Club • Final • Pro 3-Day • Nangarhar MAR 335 & 264 LOVE(18 ov, T:345) 255 & 54/4 Day 3 – Love-Region 291 runs out. Schedule table series

RESULT • Match 9 • TNPL • Dindigul CSG 126/8 LKK(16.3/20 ov, T:127) 128/2 Kovai Kings dropped 8 (21 balls left) Schedule Table Videos Series

RESULT • Southern League • Vitality Blast • T20 • Chelmsford ESSEX 186 SOM (16.3/20 ov, T:187) 187/3 Somerset won by 7 wickets (21 balls to spare) Schedule Table Report Series

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REMAINING • 1st Semi-Final • ACC Emergence • Mong Kok IN-AW SL-AW No Shots Schedule Table Series

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Today, 17:30 • Northography • Vitality Blast • T20 • Leeds Yorkshire Northampton.

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Today 17:30 • Southern League • Vitality Blast • T20 • Oval Surrey Glamorgan match just beginning series schedule table

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Today 16:30 • Northography • Vitality Blast • T20 • Worcester Lancashire Match not yet schedule table series start

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Today, 17:30 • Southern League • Vitality Blast • T20 • Hove Sussex Kent Matches table first series

Today at 17:30 • Southern League • Vitality Blast • T20 • Bristol Gloucester Shirt Hampshire Match yet to begin.

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Almost 15 months after finishing runners-up in the T20 World Cup, the Indian women’s team will finally get their share of the USD 500,000 (approximately INR 3.5 million) prize. The BCCI learned on Monday that the players have demanded merchandise to buy their shares. The development comes a day after UK publication The Telegraph revealed that the team has yet to be paid out prize money despite Australia’s win against other teams. MM, which they received shortly after the tournament ended. ICC learned that BCCI organized the prize money last March, about a week after the World Cup final, in front of 86 players and 174 spectators on International Women’s Day (March 8) at the MCG. When he asked. Commenting, BCCI officials said they did not know the reason for the delay. He confirmed the delay with several players and members of the support staff who were part of the Harmanpreet Kaur-led Indian team. The delay has raised eyebrows as the BCCI is believed to have distributed all other payments to the players beyond March 2020. In these three. 2019-2020 year’s contract fees, match fees and appearance fees at the Women’s T20 Challenge in Sharjah last November. The players are said to have recently submitted guarantees against their wages for the domestic limited-overs series against South Africa in March 2021. Salaries are still awaited. Incidentally, it is learned that the BCCI has distributed the prize money allocated by the ICC. For the Indian team that finished second in the 2020 Under-19 Men’s World Cup, which was won by Bangladesh in South Africa last February. The Women’s T20 World Cup was a few weeks away. According to the Telegraph, the victorious Australian women players received a share of US$1.6 million in prize money shortly after the tournament. Indian women’s cricket loses to New Zealand in women’s ODII 1 as their ODI record is their highest run ever. 265 by Australian women in September last year

Skipper Mithali Raj’s well-taken half-century came in vain as the Indian batting faltered again as the visitors lost the first WODI by 62 runs against New Zealand here on Saturday.

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When New Zealand elected to bowl, Suzie Bates’ century (106 off 111 balls) drove them to 275. India were bowled out for 213 in 49.4 balls and never appeared in the chase.

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Mithali, 39, playing her 221st ODI, continued her dream run of form – seven fifties in the last 11 innings – to keep India in the hunt with a 73-ball 59 (6×4).

In their last ODI in September last year, India women scored their highest ever total of 265 runs, which ended their rivals’ 26-match winning streak.

Mithali also joined Charlotte Edwards with 1000 runs against four different sides – Australia, England, Sri Lanka and New Zealand – in ODI cricket.

Mithali received good support from left-hander Yastika Bhatia, who dropped to her usual No.3 spot to score 63 off 41 balls as the two added 88 runs in the recovery act.

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But he lost Hayley Jensen (2/36) to a short ball that triggered an Indian collapse before Jess Kerr departed the side with 4/35 as India slumped to 213 in 49.4 overs with five overs to spare. To level the ODI series 0-1.

India also paid the price for Harmanpreet Kaur’s poor form as she came fresh from the Big Bash forays where she was adjudged the best player of the tournament and failed to hit the big time in 22 balls.

He scored his last fifty against South Africa in March 2021 as his last five innings produced poor scores of 10, 16, 19, 1, 30, painting a bleak picture for India ahead of the World Cup starting here on March 4.

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In the absence of their star batsman to serve her, Smriti Mandhana has been largely isolated and quarantined, once again hurting India badly, especially in her 275-wicket run.

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There was no chance for a left-right combination as South’s Yastika Bhatia dropped to her usual No.3 position while Meghana Huie’s Shafali Verma moved forward.

Complimenting her impressive T20I outing (30 off 37 for 4 off the ninth ball), Meghana looked set to start India’s run with a 12-ball score thanks to maiden duties from Tahuhu and Jess Kerr.

His solid innings (four off 14 balls) finally ended in the fifth over after he slipped one edge as Shafali (12 off 16b) was impatient to just take a soft catch lbw.

Wicketkeeper Richa Ghosh made a cameo 22 off 27 balls, but after he was dismissed with a fine delivery, India halted the chase.

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Earlier, New Zealand were in the three-hundred-plus-sixty range with veteran opener Suzie Bates’ brilliant 11th ODI century, but India bounced back strongly with 25 runs in the last five wickets to post 275 in 48.1 overs.

Suzie got a full strike in the 14th over when Rajeshwari Gayakwad dropped it to Pooja Vastrakar and scored 106 off 111 balls with 10 boundaries.

Suzie hit her 66-ball 38th fifty, her first ODI half-century since January 2020 when she drew the legendary Debbie Hockley Fern with her White Ferns teammates.

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She later scored her hat-trick in 107 balls, with Poonam Yadav taking one, and in the next innings she made her intentions clear with a bounce back against Deepti Sharma.

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Seven months of meticulous planning by the National Cricket Academy (NCA) top team ahead of the U-19 World Cup in India will help them secure the maiden ICC title in women’s cricket.

With India already the most successful side at men’s U-19 level with five trophies, expectations were high for the U-19 girls.

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Since the first event, the VVS Laxman-led NCA has been proactive in organizing regular camps and back-to-back series ahead of the tournament in South Africa.

It all started at the camp