With pundits claiming the pressure of captaincy is showing in Harmanpreet Kaur’s batting, we dive into the numbers to see if they are right.
New Zealand may have failed to progress to the semis of the T20 World Cup, but Hayley Jensen surely left her mark.
South Africa entered the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup only for the second time and, despite a different format, have it in them to go the distance in the Women’s World Cup in 2021.
A Women’s IPL could potentially help India catch up to the likes of Australia and England by allowing youngsters an opportunity to mix with the best.
Australia’s system has been the envy of many over the last decade, but underneath that system is a safety net designed to protect its players.
John Leather looks at some of the fascinating numbers from the Women’s T20 World Cup and compiles them for us.
While the T20 World Cup came to a close with India going down rather meekly, Women’s CricZone rates the players from the runners-up side.
Numbers always tell a story; this time they testify the record-breaking Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 we witnessed.
While the T20 World Cup came to a close with Australia’s fifth title win, Women’s CricZone rates the players from the winning side.
2017 saw the game become more visible; 2018 showed the women could draw crowds in a standalone event; 2020 has raised the bar even further.