Cricket News sort by India Women

India Women captain Harmanpreet Kaur praised the team’s bowling and fielding after the visitors fought hard to win the second match of the three-game T20I series in Hove. Sent into bat, India Women managed 148 for 4 on the board. Shafali Verma top-scored with 48 while skipper Kaur him some form with 31. Deepti Sharma chipped in with an unbeaten 24.

India Women’s Test and ODI skipper Mithali Raj has stated that she doesn’t seek validation from people as she has been playing cricket for such a long time. Raj was reacting to a query, surrounding criticism of her strike rate.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to send the name of women’s cricket legend Mithali Raj for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award. Apart from Mithali, the BCCI will also send in the name of men’s team off-spinner R Ashwin for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award.

England women's team vice-captain Nat Sciver has claimed that the current Indian team women's team seems to be more fearless than before. India will be meeting England in a one-off Test, starting in Bristol on June 16. The Test match will be followed by three ODIs and an equal number of T20Is.

Indian women’s team will take on England in a one-off Test, starting June 16 in Bristol. This will be the Indian women’s team’s first Test since 2014. However, despite having more experience in the longer format of the game, England captain Heather Knight is wary of the Indians since the women’s game has only just restarted and there are a lot of unknowns in the post-pandemic era. According to Knight, India are a very good side and will test them in the upcoming series.

Indian women’s Test and ODI captain Mithali Raj has asserted whatever issues there were between her and head coach Ramesh Powar are a thing of the past. According to Raj, like mature individuals, both have moved on and are now working towards a common goal of taking Indian women’s cricket forward. The Indian women’s team is currently quarantining in Mumbai ahead of England tour.

A day after Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney pounded India to take Australia to their fifth T20 World Cup win, both were named in ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 team of the tournament

Australia lifted their game on the big day and India crumbled under pressure and the hosts outbattled and outbowled India to win their fifth T20 World Cup title