Lea Tahuhu returned to the New Zealand side for the T20 World Cup 2020, while newbies Jess Kerr and Lauren Down were included for the first time.
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
Susie Rowe, former England international, is set to turn out for Kent County Cricket Club for the 2020 season. Originally from Kent, the right-hand batter represented the county between 2004 and 2012, winning five one-day titles along the way – in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012. She was also a member of Kent’s T20
The BCCI has confirmed Sulakshana Naik and Madan Lal as the members of Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC).
Women’s CricZone counts down to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 and the staff picks a captivating story everyday till the event starts.
A blow to her head puts Ashleigh Gardner in doubt for Australia’s first match of the T20I tri-series against England on Saturday (Feb 1).
Laura MacLeod (formerly Newton), the former England batter, has been appointed as the first director of women’s cricket by West Midlands Women’s Cricket Limited (WMWC), one of the eight regional hubs developed by the England and Wales Cricket Board. It comprises the counties of Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire. A veteran of 13 Tests,
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
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
Phoebe Litchfield, the 16 year old, is one of those who will take part in the Bushfire Cricket Bash and she is sure delighted to play with the legends of the game.