Vanuatu Cricket. ©Inside the Games

Mele Bulls kept up the reputation as they defeated Power House Sharks by seven wickets in a lop-sided final, thanks to Valenta Langiatu’s half-century and Maloni Vatoko’s devastating spell, to clinch the Vanuatu Women’s T20 Super League on Saturday (April 25) at a time when the whole world is under lockdown due to coronavirus. Vanuatu 

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Lauren Down hit a brilliant 90 up the order against Northern Spirits in the Hallyburton Johnston Shield final. © SportzCraazy

577 runs, a couple of centuries and 15 wickets – that summed up the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield final as Auckland Hearts defeated Northern Spirit by 67 runs in the summit clash to claim their fifth title at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Saturday (March 14). Opting to bat first, Auckland were jolted by the wicket 

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Sikkim players and support staff pose for a photograph after their win against Arunachal Pradesh. © Special Arrangement

The sun finally rose for Sikkim as they lodged their maiden points of the Senior Women’s One-day Trophy beating Arunachal Pradesh by a handsome 79 runs in their final Plate Group encounter of the competition on Wednesday (March 11) in Siechem Stadium in Pondicherry. Arunachal Pradesh, on the other hand, end their campaign with zero 

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Saee Purandare in action. © Saee Purandare/ Facebook

It was a day of low-scores as Bihar, Chandigarh and Meghalaya emerged victorious by beating Mizoram, Manipur and Pondicherry respectively in the Senior Women’s One-day Trophy. The match between Meghalaya and Pondicherry turned out to be most thrilling one out of the three games competed in the plate group. In-form player Saee Purandare yet again 

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Sushree Dibyadarshini took five wickets for Odisha. ©Facebook

Jharkhand’s Indrani Roy was the lone centurion of the day while Sushree Dibyadarshini, C Pratyusha and Rashmi Dey all took five-wicket hauls each for their respective teams in the Senior Women’s One-day Trophy on Sunday (March 8). However, the Group A clash between Himachal Pradesh and Railways was abandoned due to rain. Batting first, it 

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Australia players celebrate a wicket. © ICC

Australia became the champions after thrashing India by 85 runs in the final of the T20 World Cup 2020 on Sunday (March 8) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. This was Australia’s fifth title after clinching it in 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2018 editions of the tournament. This victory was even more special for Australia as 

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