India Women’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur rued her unlucky run-out and the team’s abysmal fielding effort after the Women in Blue went down to Australia by five runs in the Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 semi-final on Thursday, February 23.
India Women confirmed their berth in the semi-final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 with a five-run (DLS Method) win over Ireland Women in a Group B match at St George's Park in Gqeberha on Monday, February 20. India will in all probability face Group A table-toppers Australia in the first semi-final on Thursday, February 23.
India Women beat Pakistan Women by seven wickets in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 match at Newlands in Cape Town on Sunday, February 12. Batting first after winning the toss, Pakistan put up 149/4 on the board in the 20 overs. India chased down the target in 19 overs, losing only three wickets.
India women skipper Harmanpreet Kaur praised Richa Ghosh after the batter played a key role in the team’s close victory over Australia Women in the second T20I DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai.
on Sunday, December 11. Ghosh, batting at No.5, smashed an unbeaten on 26 runs off 13 balls, which included three sixes
Chasing a target of 138, the Indian women team fell short of 13 runs at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium to win against Pakistan in the 13th match of the 2022 Women's T20 Asia Cup. The highest scorer was Richa Ghosh with 26 runs in 13 balls that include 3 sixes and one 4s.
Indian women opener Smriti Mandhana was pleased with her half-century in the Commonwealth Games 2022 clash against arch-rivals Pakistan in Birmingham on Sunday (July 31). Mandhana admitted that the innings was special since it came in a winning cause.
Indian women’s cricket legend Mithali Raj announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket on Wednesday, June 8. The 39-year-old, who debuted in international cricket as a 16-year-old way back in 1999, finishes a glorious 23-year-old career with 12 Tests, 232 ODIs and 89 T20Is. While she retired from T20 international cricket in 2019, Raj was captain of the Test and one-day teams at the time of her retirement.
India went down to Australia by six wickets in the Women’s World Cup 2022 clash at the Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday. India batted first after winning the toss and posted 277 for 7 on the board. Skipper Mithali Raj led the way with 68 while Yastika Bhatia contributed 59 and Harmanpreet Kaur remained unbeaten on 57. Pooja Vastrakar was run out on 34 off 28