Railways put in yet another dominant performance as they beat Baroda by eight wickets in the ongoing Senior one-day Trophy on Sunday (February 23). This was Railways fourth win in as many matches. The victory was set up by their bowlers who restricted Baroda to just 115, before the batters led by Mona Meshram’s unbeaten
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After their opening loss, Australia need to pull up socks when they face Sri Lanka in a Group A encounter of T20 World Cup on February 24.
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Sophie Devine said that Hayley Jensen and Maddy Green’s contribution was vital and that they will be cautious against Poonam Yadav.
India ODI skipper Mithali Raj struck a brilliant 122 and Punam Raut hit a brilliant 94 as Railways defeated Karnataka by whopping 191 runs to make it three wins in as many games in the ongoing Senior One-day Trophy on Saturday (February 22). Batting first, Railways piled up 266 for the loss of five wickets
Having not won against England in the previous six editions, South Africa would like turn the tables when both of them meet in T20 World Cup 2020.
Poonam Yadav said that she was confident of her skill, thanks to the coaching staff and was ready to bowl despite not being fully fit.
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