Pakistan Blind Cricket Team. ©Twitter/Pakistan Blind Cricket

The Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PCBB) has taken a brilliant initiative to promote blind women’s cricket, by arranging the teams’ first ever international tour. For the historic occasion, Nepal’s team will be touring Pakistan between 27 January and 5 February, to play five T20s. What began as an idea back in early 2014, finally came 

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Alyssa Healy, Sana Mir, Smriti Mandhana, Tammy Beaumont, Megan Schutt. ©ICC

There were many players who put on memorable performances in 2018; from Meg Lanning’s seamless return to international cricket to Amelia Kerr’s record-shattering 232*. Women’s CricZone looks back at five players who stood out for both their entertainment value and consistency. Smriti Mandhana ODI Innings: 12; Runs: 669; Best: 135 T20 Innings: 20; Runs: 591; 

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Bangladesh team after winning the Asia Cup in Malaysia. ©ACC

As 2018 nears its end, Women’s CricZone look back on what was an eventful year in the sport. It featured an unforgettable World Twenty20 and a new winner in Asia Cup. Here are the top six international matches across two formats: The Nail-biters: New Zealand beat West Indies by one run in first ODI Sophie 

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PCB Dynamites won the Triangular Series. ©Twitter/TheRealPCB

PCB Triangular One Day Women’s Cricket Tournament 2018 took place between the 10th and 19th of December. The three participating teams were PCB Dynamites, PCB Blasters and PCB Challengers. It was the Dynamites who were crowned the champions after they defeated the Blasters in the close final. Between the three teams, there was tough competition 

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Meg Lanning and Heather Knight with the trophy. ©ICC

Match Preview: Final – Australia vs England – Match 23 Date: 24 November, 2018 Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua Crickets oldest and fiercest foes, Australia and England, are set to lock horns in the final of the World T20. Their journey to the final has been a similar one, with both teams finishing second in 

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From (L-R) Anya Shrubsole, Smriti Mandhana, Deandra Dottin, Alyssa Healy ©ICC

With the knockout stages of the 2018 edition of the World Twenty-20 just around the corner, there are a few players to keep your eyes peeled for. They have either already put in brilliant performances or, they are just on the verge of doing so. Either way, these players should be watched out for. Harmanpreet 

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Celebrations from the West Indies team. ©ICC

Match Preview: West Indies vs Sri Lanka – Match 16 Date: 16 November, 2018 Venue: Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St. Lucia West Indies remain unbeaten in the tournament so far. They have registered wins against Bangladesh and South Africa. A win in this match will put the hosts and defending champions in prime position to 

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WHITE FERNS. ©ICC

Match Preview: Pakistan vs New Zealand – Match 14 Date: 15 November, 2018 Venue: Guyana National Stadium, Providence, Guyana Pakistan opened their account for the tournament by registering a win against Ireland in their previous match. Meanwhile, their opponents New Zealand are yet to get off the mark. The White Ferns will be desperate to win against 

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