ICC Women's Championship
Crunch time has arrived for the Proteas women as they look to clinch their latest round of the ICC Women’s Championship
11 May 2019
The WINDIES Women and Pakistan Women will play each other in the first of three One Day Internationals as part of Round 4 of the ICC Women’s Championship on Thursday February 7 at the Dubai International Stadium.
6 February 2019
Pakistan host the Windies in Dubai and South Africa play at home against Sri Lanka in what could be crucial series of the ICC Women’s Championship, which decides the direct qualifiers for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand in 2021.
6 February 2019
Mithali Raj, Captain of Indian Women's Cricket Team and Amy Satterthwaite, Captain of New Zealand Women's Cricket Team.
22 January 2019
A match that promised much for WINDIES Women, following a tidy performance in the field led by Deandra Dottin, ended in a no-result
20 September 2018
England Captain Heather Knight is looking forward to the third Royal London ODI between England and New Zealand at the Fischer County Ground on Friday (2pm start).
11 July 2018
Bismah Maroof led from the front with an 89-run knock while Sana Mir followed it will a four-wicket haul as Pakistan Women sealed a 94-run win over Sri Lanka Women in the second One-Day International in Dambulla to complete a 2-0 series victory.
23 March 2018
Nicole Bolton scored an unbeaten century as Australia Women chased down 201 against India Women in 32.1 overs with eight wickets in hand in the first One-Day International in Vadodara to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
12 March 2018
Smriti Mandhana scored a blistering 84 run knock in a pitch where all other players struggled to score while Jhulan Goswami and Shikha Pandey shared seven wickets between them as India Women started their tour of South Africa with a convincing 88-run win in the first One-Day International to take a 1-0 lead.
6 February 2018
New year, new you, or so everyone says. Will 2018 be your year thanks to a change in diet or maybe a new exercise regime?
19 January 2018
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has confirmed that India will host England Women in a tri-series Twenty20 International series followed by three-game One-Day International contest next year.
27 December 2017
Pakistan will get their first chance in the ICC Women's Championship when they host New Zealand in a three-match One-Day International series in Sharjah.
30 October 2017
West Indies got their ICC Women's Championship to a winning a start following a comfortable six wicket win over their Sri Lankan counterparts in the first One-Day International held at Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad.
12 October 2017
The International Cricket Council has announced the launch of the second edition of Women's Championship that will get underway with the One-Day International series between Sri Lanka and West Indies in the Caribbean.
11 October 2017
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.
24 November 2016
After spirited efforts from Natalie Sciver and the lower order helped England Women post 240 for nine, heavy showers ensured there was no further play possible, thereby postponing the Sri Lankan chase to the reserve day in the fourth One-Day International in Colombo.
17 November 2016
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.
8 November 2016
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.
27 October 2016
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.
20 October 2016
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.
20 October 2016