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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Pakistan team celebrating a wicket. ©PCB

The first ever Pakistan Sports Awards were held in Karachi, Pakistan on March 16. The event saw both Male and female players being honoured for their contributions. In the women’s categories in particular, the cricket team bagged some awards. Pakistan’s women’s cricket team took home the ‘Team of the Year’ award, which caps off an 

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Lucy Doolan in action ©ICC

Lucy Doolan, Wellington Blaze and former White Ferns allrounder has announced her retirement from cricket, which brought an end to her cricketing career spanning over 14 years. Doolan, a strong opening batter and a handy off- spinner debuted for Wellington at the age of 18. She then onwards made 160 appearances for Wellington scoring 3510 

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Punjab won the Senior Women's T20 League finals.

Punjab beat Karnataka in the finals of the Senior Women’s T20 League 2018-19 to win the tournament. Punjab continued their unbeaten streak in the tournament with a thrilling last over victory in the finals.  Parveen Khan, the captain of Punjab while speaking to Women’s CricZone said, “There was unity amongst us from the very beginning. As a unit, 

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Heather Knight and Chamari Atapattu with the trophy. ©SLC

England and Sri Lanka will play each other in a bilateral series in Sri Lanka. The two teams will play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20s, the ODI series is a part of ICC Women’s Championship. During the media briefing, Secretary of Sri Lanka Cricket Mohan de Silva said, “We are happy to have the England side here. 

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Smriti Mandhana in action. ©ICC

Smriti Mandhana, who recently led India in three Twenty20 Internationals against England in Guwahati, will turn up for Maharashtra in a must-win Super League game of the inter-state T20 competition on Monday (March 11). It will be Mandhana’s first match for her home state this season as she did not feature in the inter-state 50-over 

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Amy Jones (England)and Smriti Mandhana (India). ©ICC

England’s one-run win over India in the final Twenty20 International brought the curtains down on what was a scintillating series. The three One-Day Internationals and three T20Is offered a lot of positives for both the teams. England would have liked to do better in the ODIs and India would have wanted the same in the 

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Smriti Mandhana and Danielle Wyatt. ©ICC

India’s stand-in captain for the T20I against England Smriti Mandhana and Player of the series Danielle Wyatt of England have reached their career-best positions in the ICC Women’s T20I Player Rankings after three-match series in Guwahati, which the visitors clinched away 3-0. Mandhana is also the top-ranked ODI batter, has elevated three slots to reach 

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