Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy's centuries laid the foundation for Australia's first win. © CA Digital

Match Preview: 2nd ODI— West Indies v Australia Date: 8 September 2019 Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound Australia continued their dominant form in the ICC Women’s ODI championship thrashing West Indies by 178 runs in the first of three ODIs at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua on Thursday (September 5). It was the trio of Alyssa 

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Thailand will take on Bangladesh in the final of the Women's T20 World Cup Qualifiers. © ICC

For a long while now Bangladesh have been the bosses at the lower level of international cricket. They’ve dominated the likes of Scotland, Netherlands, Thailand, and even Ireland consistently over the last few years. More recently, they have even begun to challenge some of the higher ranked teams on the circuit. Therefore, their success— despite 

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Ireland team. © Getty Images

While Bangladesh and Thailand clash in the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier on Saturday (September 7), the remaining six teams will fight it out in the third, fifth and seventh place playoffs. Papua New Guinea’s incredible run in the tournament was broken by Thailand in a rather one-sided semi-final on Thursday 

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Australia come into the ODI series on the back of some excellent form. © Getty Images

Match Preview: 1st ODI— West Indies v Australia Date: 5 September 2019 Venue: Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua Following their Ashes triumph last month in which they blanked England 12-4 across the multi-format series, Australia will face West Indies in a six-match bi-lateral series including three ODIs and three T20Is. It will be the first time 

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Kathryn Bryce has been Scotland's lone shining light. © ICC

As the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 reaches the business end of the tournament, all the focus shifts to the two semi-finals. Bangladesh, Ireland, Thailand and Papua New Guinea are the four teams in contention for a place in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2020 in Australia, and they are, quite deservedly, basking 

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Bangladesh look set to seal their place in the top two. © ICC

We have reached the pointy end of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 and the semi-finals are upon us. While the qualification of Bangladesh, Thailand and Ireland in the final four was hardly ever in doubt, the performances of Papua New Guinea have surprised many. They upset Scotland in their first game of 

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Thailand will take on Bangladesh in the final of the Women's T20 World Cup Qualifiers. © ICC

And then there were 11! In a historic occurrence, the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 will finally see an 11th team join its ranks. Thailand or Papua New Guinea, who clash in the second semi final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 in Scotland, will join the likes of Australia, England, 

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Chanida Sutthiruang dismantled Namibia with her booming inswingers. © ICC

Rain was a permanent fixture through the course of the first day of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 in Scotland. The opening match between Bangladesh and Papua New Guinea was completely washed out, while the fixtures involving Thailand, Netherlands, Scotland and United States of America were reduced to less than 10-overs each. Only 

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The fourth edition of the Women’s Cricket Super League is coming to a close. Over the last week, cricketers and coaches involved with each club have taken to social media to celebrate their association with each club— the performances, the memories, but mostly the friendships.   KSL ✅ Loved playing for the Stars over the 

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