Javeria Khan in action. ©ICC

Javeria Khan, the experienced Pakistani international, will captain the ICC Women’s Global Development Squad (WGDS) in their upcoming six-match tour of England. The squad features players from eight different countries, all of whom have represented their nation at the international level. The WGDS aims to bridge the gap between the players of the leading nations 

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Pakistan. ©PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board announced it’s new central contracts for the next 12-month period. The revised contracts have been received with mixed reactions as the number of contracted players have been reduced, while their salaries have seen an increase. The contracts to its 10 elite cricketers. The contracts will commence from 1 July. Category A 

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The Proteas celebrating after Sune Luus takes a wicket. ©ICC

South Africa will host Pakistan in a three-match ODI and five-match T20 series beginning on May 6. In their previous five encounters, South Africa have triumphed four times. Will the narrative change this time around? The hosts will be led by Sune Luus in the absence of regular skipper Dane van Niekerk while she recovers 

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All the participants and management. © Women's CricZone

Beginning fittingly on March 8, International Women’s Day, the Australian High Commission (AHC), in collaboration with Kinnaird College for Women and supported by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) launched the AHC-Kinnaird Girls Cricket Cup 2019. A brilliant initiative to encourage young girls to join the sport, it entailed a three-day coaching session with first-class cricket coaches 

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New Zealand team. ©Twitter/White Ferns

With the Rose Bowl series already decided, the third match gives the White Ferns an opportunity to claim a conciliatory win. Australia have taken an unassailable two-nil lead and will be looking to seal their cricketing season with a whitewash against their trans-Tasman rivals, making it a fitting end to what has been a remarkable 

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Jess Jonassen and Rachael Haynes. ©Getty Images

Date: February 24, 2019 Venue: Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide After a thriller of an opening match between the trans-Tasman rivals, the two teams now prepare to face-off in the second match of the Rose Bowl series. Australia will be looking to cement the series win, while New Zealand will be itching to bounce back and level 

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Meg Lanning of Australia and Amy Satterthwaite of New Zealand with the Rose Bowl Trophy. ©Cricket Australia

Date: February 22, 2019 Venue: WACA, Perth The White Ferns and Southern Stars will be finishing their final preparations for the Rose Bowl series, ahead of the series opener. The hosts will be eager to get their campaign off to a winning start in their bid to retain the coveted Rose Bowl trophy, that they have held 

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The Rose Bowl trophy begins on the 22nd February. ©ICC

The Rose Bowl series between trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand is set to begin on February 22. The three-match ODI series will see the Amy Satterthwaite-led White Ferns clash with the Southern Stars, captained by Meg Lanning. Before the start of the series, both teams have some questions and uncertainties that they need to 

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