Thailand. © ICC

Sornnarin Tippoch will lead a settled-looking Thailand squad in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia beginning on February 21. This is Thailand’s first-ever experience in a global tournament after they qualified for the event on the back of a wonderful run in the 2019 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier in Scotland. 

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New Zealand need to regroup ahead of the final ODI against South Africa. © Getty Images

Two games, two losses. Sophie Devine’s introduction to captaincy hasn’t been a good one, with New Zealand suffering their first-ever ODI series loss to South Africa— at home at that. Both games were a case of the hosts being thoroughly outplayed by a well-oiled unit. South Africa, who came in to the series as marginal 

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(From L-R): Shafali Verma, Tejashwini Duragad, Tarannum Pathan, Reema Malhotra, Gouher Sultana, Priya Punia.

The inaugural Women’s CricZone honours – Elixir Honours – were hosted in Bhubaneswar along with the release of the second issue of the Women’s CricZone Magazine on Tuesday (January 7, 2020). The honours were largely based on three categories: International, India International and India Domestic. You can know more about the International honours here. INDIA 

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A new-look Sri Lanka will compete in the T20 World Cup 2020. © Getty Images

Chamari Atapattu has been named skipper of a new-look Sri Lanka squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia beginning on February 21. As many as four senior players, who were part of the squad that recently toured Australia, have been left-out – Inoka Ranaweera, the left-arm spinner, Yasoda Mendis, the top-order 

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(From L-R): Chanida Sutthiruang, Alyssa Healy, Ellyse Perry, Georgia Wareham.

On January 7, 2020, Women’s CricZone released the second issue of the Women’s CricZone magazine and also hosted the first-ever ‘Elixir Honours’  in Bhubaneswar. This was the first of its kind awards event dedicated to women’s cricket— an attempt to recognise the performances of players, both domestic and international, through the 2018-19 season. The awards were broadly 

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Rachael Haynes in action. ©ICC

Australia will be hosting this year’s T20 World Cup starting from February 21. The hosts certainly have the advantage of home support from the fans and familiarity of the grounds. But there is one ground, where Australia will not have the advantage of home conditions. Australia kick-off their World Cup campaign against India in Sydney’s 

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