Bismah Maroof in action for Pakistan. ©ICC

In last July when Bismah Maroof had to undergo a sudden and emergency procedure to treat her sinus, her cricketing future looked in serious doubt. She gave up her captaincy to Javeria Khan as she focussed on her health. Though she recovered in time for the ICC Women’s World T20 2018, it was stand-in captain Khan who 

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Pakistan team. ©ICC

Pakistan Cricket Board  (PCB) released the fixtures for their women’s team’s upcoming series against Windies, featuring three T20Is and as many ODIs. This marks the return of women’s international cricket to the country after four years. Windies will play the T20I leg of the tour in Karachi on January 31, February 1 and February 3 

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Mithali Raj in action. ©ICC

Mithali Raj has said that the upcoming tour of New Zealand is the best chance for the team to put up a good performance in order to bury the recent controversies and enhance the profile of women’s cricket in India. Mithali’s exclusion from the World Twenty20 semifinal encounter against England in Antigua in November last 

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Zimbabwe team celebrating a wicket. ©Twitter/Zimbabwe Cricket

Soon after the 27-year-old Mary-Anne Musonda was appointed as Zimbabwe’s captain, she said that having a winning attitude is what she expects from her teammates. Musonda, who replaced Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano – the captain since 2013, at the helm must have been delighted with the way things panned out in her first assignment. Zimbabwe whitewashed Namibia 

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Sydney Sixers ©WBBL

Cricket Australia today confirmed that Drummoyne Oval, Sydney will host the Semi-Finals of the WBBL|04 on Saturday 19 December, following the Sydney Thunder’s victory over the Melbourne Renegades on Tuesday afternoon at Spotless Stadium. While the Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers still need to battle it out for the top position before the regular season 

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WHITE FERNS celebrating a wicket. ©ICC

Auckland Hearts batswoman Katie Perkins has been recalled to the White Ferns squad for its three match ODI series against India. Perkins returns after last playing an ODI for New Zealand in late 2017 – against Pakistan in Sharjah. WHITE FERNS head coach Haidee Tiffen said Perkins had earned her recall. “Katie brings with her a lot 

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South Africa team. ©ICC

The Proteas women have assembled in Pretoria for their first national camp of 2019 at the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Centre of Excellence. Sixteen players, including members of the Powerade National Academy have been put through their paces since Monday, as the national team looks to have a more successful year, starting with their inbound 

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