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The ICC Women's Championship is a new One-Day International tournament that will run from 2014 to 2016, determining qualification for the 2017 World Cup.
Australia Women's team captain Meg Lanning was presented with ICC Women's Championship trophy in Sydney on Wednesday after the team's stupendous success in the last one-year.
A 122-ball knock of 134 from Meg Lanning powered Australia Women to 278 for four following which the bowlers restricted South Africa Women to 119 for five in 31.2 overs after which persistent rain did not allow any further play thereby securing a 60-run victory to the home side by D/L method in the second One-Day International in Canberra.
Ellyse Perry held her nerve with an unbeaten 93 as she helped Australia Women chase down 227 runs in the penultimate delivery with just two wickets in hand in the first One-Day International against South Africa Women in Canberra.
After Veda Krishnamurthy helped India post 199 runs with a solid 71, a four-wicket haul from Rajeshwari Gayakwad bowled out West Indies Women for 184 in 49.1 overs and ensured a 15-run win for the home side and complete a 3-0 series whitewash.
An all-round performance from India Women saw them complete a five-wicket victory over West Indies Women in the second One-Day International in Mulapadu to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
Amy Satterthwaite scored her second consecutive ton as New Zealand completed a comfortable eight-wicket victory over Pakistan Women in a chase of 264 to win the third One-Day International in Lincoln and take an unassailable lead of 3-0 in the series.
After England Women posted 295 runs on the board, Danielle Hazell and Laura Marsh led the bowling charge to restrict Sri Lanka Women for 173 and secure a 122-run win in the second One-Day International in Colombo.
Australia Women have announced an unchanged 13-member squad for the first three One-Day Internationals of the upcoming five-match series against South Africa Women at home.
England Women have named a 14-player squad for the One-Day International series in Sri Lanka next month in a bid to seal an automatic qualification spot for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017.
Australia Women have claimed a victory in the ICC Women’s Championship and will be presented with the trophy after the final match against South Africa in Sydney on 23rd November.
Natalie Sciver scored an unbeaten fifty after Alex Hartley's four-wicket haul restricted West Indies Women to 155 as England Women completed a five-wicket victory in the fifth One-Day International in Jamaica to win the series 3-2.
Amy Satterthwaite scored an unbeaten 81 and picked a three-wicket haul as well while Rachel Priest top-scored with 86 runs as New Zealand Women chased down 195 against South Africa Women with eight wickets in hand in the fourth One-Day International in Paarl.
Stafanie Taylor top-scored with 85 runs and picked three wickets as well as West Indies Women managed to successfully defend 223 runs against England Women and secured a crucial 42-run victory in the fourth One-Day International in Jamaica thereby levelling the series 2-2.
While fifties from Lauren Winfield and Natalie Sciver helped England Women reach 220 runs, a collective bowling performance from the visitors ensured West Indies Women were bowled out for 108 runs, thereby ensuring a 102-run victory in the third One-Day International in Jamaica to take a 2-1 lead in the series.
Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite scored unbeaten knocks of 82 and 89 respectively after Holly Huddleston's five-wicket haul restricted South Africa Women to 188 for nine in their 50 overs to help New Zealand Women secure a comfortable nine-wicket victory in the third One-Day International in Kimberley.
A match-winning knock of 80 from Mignon du Preez led South Africa Women's charge as they raced to a four-wicket win with five balls remaining despite a five-wicket haul from Morna Nielsen in the second One-Day International against New Zealand Women in Kimberley.
Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu shared seven wickets between them as New Zealand Women successfully defended 127 runs to ensure a 12-run win in the first One-Day International against South Africa Women in Kimberley.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed that England women will finish their ICC Women’s Championship campaign with a three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka in November.
Australian Women cricketers Grace Harris and Nicole Bolton have been included in the 14-member squad for the tour of Sri Lanka next month.
Pace bowler Holly Huddleston and top-order batsman Sam Curtis have been recalled to the New Zealand Womens One-Day International squad which is set to tour South Africa in October.
A career best unbeaten 168 from Tammy Beaumont followed by a five-wicket haul from Katherine Brunt led England Women to 3-0 clean sweep with a massive 202-run victory over Pakistan Women, who were bowled out for 164 runs in the third One-Day International in Taunton.
Riding on maiden One-Day International hundreds from Lauren Winfield and Tammy Beaumont, England Women set a target of 379 runs before bowling Pakistan Women out for 166 runs to secure a massive 212-run victory in the second ODI in Worcester and claim an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
Heather Knight took a five-wicket haul and followed it up with an unbeaten fifty on her captaincy debut as England Women secured a seven-wicket victory over Pakistan Women in the first One-Day International in Leicester.
Incessant rain has led to the postponement of the first One-Day International between England Women and Pakistan Women at Grace Road, which will now be played on Tuesday.
England Women wicket-keeper batsman Amy Jones says she is already looking forward to the Kia Super League, which will begin in July, adding she "can't wait" for it to begin.
Led by fifties from Trisha Chetty and Dane van Niekerk, South Africa Women set a target of 236 runs before putting on a disciplined bowling performance to restrict West Indies Women to 200 for eight and secured a 35-run win in the third One-Day International in East London to avoid a 3-0 clean sweep.
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