Women's World Cup

India defend 232 against Sri Lanka to maintain winning streak

Poonam Yadav and Jhulan Goswami led from the front in the bowling department as India successfully managed to defend 232 runs against Sri Lanka and registered a 16-run win in the 14th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby.
6 July 2017

Taylor, Beaumont record stand flatten South Africa

Sarah Taylor and Tammy Beaumont shared a record breaking stand of 275 runs as England registered their third consecutive victory in the ICC Women's World Cup after defeating South Africa by 68 runs in Bristol.
6 July 2017

Subrina Munroe, Kycia Knight drafted into West Indies Women's World Cup squad

West Indies have named Kycia Knight and Subrina Munroe in the squad for the ongoing Women's World Cup 2017 campaign.
4 July 2017

Taylor, Knight stars in England's dominant win over Sri Lanka

Sarah Taylor and Heather Knight scored 74 and 82 runs respectively as England went on to chase 205 runs in 30.2 overs with seven wickets in hand against Sri Lanka in the ninth match of ICC Women's World Cup in Taunton.
3 July 2017

India outplay Pakistan to reach top of table

Ekta Bisht picked a five-wicket haul as India successfully defended 169 runs after dismissing Pakistan for 74 runs to win the 11th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby by 95 runs.
3 July 2017

Kapp, van Niekerk rattle West Indies as South Africa claim 10-wicket win

Marizanne Kapp and Dane van Niekerk picked four wickets each as South Africa came up with a dominant performance in the 12th match of ICC Women's World Cup after dismissing West Indies for 48 runs and sealing a 10-wicket victory at Grace Road.
3 July 2017

Perry, bowlers lift Australia to five wicket win

After Megan Schutt and Jess Jonnasen picked three wickets apiece to restrict New Zealand to 219 for nine, Ellyse Perry led the chase with a confident 71 run knock as Australia reached the target in 48.4 overs with five wickets in hand in the 10th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Bristol.
3 July 2017

Smriti Mandhana was determined to prove selectors right

India batsman Smriti Mandhana stated that she wanted to repay the faith the selectors showed on her following her back to back match winning knocks in the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup in England.
1 July 2017

Lanning's 152 overshadows Atapattu's 178 as Australia Women continue winning ways

A marathon knock of unbeaten 178 from Chamari Atapattu went in vain as Australia led by a 152-run knock from Meg Lanning chased down 258 runs in 43.5 overs with eight wickets in hand against Sri Lanka in the eighth match of ICC Women's World Cup in Bristol.
30 June 2017

Mandhana century steers India Women to comfortable win over West Indies

Smriti Madhana scored a blistering century as India Women chased down 184 against West Indies Women in the 43rd over with seven wickets in hand during the seventh match of the ICC Women's World Cup in Taunton.
29 June 2017

Knight, Sciver centuries lead England to dominant win in rain affected game

Heather Knight and Natalie Sciver scored centuries to lay the platform for England's mammoth total of 377 for seven following which Pakistan could manage only 107 for three in the 29.2 overs of play possible in the second innings as the hosts bounced back to register a 107 run victory by Duckworth-Lewis in the fifth match of ICC Women's World Cup at Grace Road.
27 June 2017

Luus, Ismail help South Africa Women pull out tight win against Pakistan

Sune Luus and Shabnim Ismail scored an unbeaten 30 run stand for the eighth wicket as South Africa managed to chase down 207 runs against Pakistan with three wickets in hand in the third game of the ICC Women's World Cup in Leicester.
25 June 2017

Huddleston, Bates power New Zealand to comfortable victory over Sri Lanka

Holly Huddleston picked a five-wicket haul while Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite remained unbeaten on 106 and 78 runs respectively as New Zealand completed a convincing nine wicket win over Sri Lanka in the ICC Women's World Cup opener in Bristol.
25 June 2017

Top order brilliance get India to winning start in Women's World Cup

Punam Raut, Smriti Mandhana and Mithali Raj all scored half-centuries as India went on to post 281 for three following which a three-wicket haul led by Deepti Sharma restricted England to 246 runs to register a 35-run victory in the second game of the ICC Women's World Cup in Derby on Saturday.
25 June 2017

Lauren Winfield ruled out of England's opening game against India

England opening batsman Lauren Winfield has been ruled out of the opening game of ICC Women's World Cup against India in Derby on Saturday due to a wrist injury.
24 June 2017

Klaas' four-wicket haul rip West Indies Women apart

Masabata Klaas starred with a four-wicket haul to dismiss West Indies for just 63 runs as South Africa completed a convincing six wicket victory in the ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game in Oakham on Thursday.
23 June 2017

Australia Women crush Pakistan by eight wickets

Sarah Aley and Jess Jonassen shared seven wickets between them as Australia Women dismissed Pakistan Women for 156 runs and later chased down the target in 23.2 overs with eight wickets in hand following an unbeaten 63 from Beth Mooney in the ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game in Leicester.
23 June 2017

India Women bounce back with convincing win over Sri Lanka

Mithali Raj led from the front with a 85-run knock while Rajeshwari Gayakwad picked a four-wicket haul as India registered a comfortable 109 run win over Sri Lanka in their ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game in Chesterfield.
22 June 2017

Bowlers set up another convincing win for England Women over New Zealand

A collective bowling effort from England bowlers saw them dismiss New Zealand for 130 runs and later chase down the target convincingly in 27.2 overs with seven wickets in hand to win their ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game in Derby.
22 June 2017

Maroof, Abidi help Pakistan Women chase down 247 against West Indies

Bismah Maroof and Nain Abidi scored 75 and 81 runs respectively as Pakistan Women completed a chase of 247 runs against in the 48th over with five wickets in hand during their ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game face-off in Leicester.
21 June 2017