England's Irish Problem
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England are due in Ireland for a six match series in early September – three T20s and three Women’s Championship ODIs. It should be a series that they, and their supporters, are looking forward to, but instead it is just causing major headaches. The problem is that England are due to play the T20 World Cup in Bangladesh in early October and the prospect of spending a fortnight in Ireland prior to the tournament does not appeal to the England management. It seems therefore that none of the 15 players selected for the T20 World Cup squad will make the trip to Ireland. Instead they are due in Abu ..read more
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Super 6 Groups and Fixtures
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1y ago
So the Group Stage has now finished and the Super 6 groups have been decided League 1  Bangladesh, Australia, Sri Lanka, India, South Africa, and UAE India v Australia Bangladesh v South Africa India v Sri Lanka UAE v Australia South Africa v Sri Lanka UAE v Bangldesh League 2 England, Pakistan, Rwanda, New Zealand, West Indies, and Ireland Rwanda v New Zealand Ireland v England West Indies v Rwanda Pakistan v Ireland New Zealand v Pakistan England v West Indies Games by date Sat 21st January  Rwanda v New Zealand Ireland v England  India v Australia Bangladesh v South Africa Su ..read more
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U19 World Cup First Games
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1y ago
The first games of the Women's U19 T20 World Cup get underway in South Africa this Saturday (14th January) Group A Games Australia v Bangladesh - 8am UK time (10am local) Sri Lanka v USA - 11:45am UK time (1:45pm local) Group D Games UAE v Scotland - 8am UK time (10 am local) South Africa v India - 11:45am UK time (1:45pm local) And then on Sunday (15th January) it is the turn of groups B and C Group B Games Pakistan v Rwanda - 8am UK time (10am local) England v Zimbabwe - 11:45am UK time (1:45pm local) Group C Games West Indies v Ireland - 8am UK time (10am local) New Zealand v Indonesia ..read more
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Wednesday's Warm-Up Games - scores & scorecard links
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1y ago
USA v UAE USA 122/7 UAE 91/6 USA won by 31 runs scorecard - USA v UAE scorecard Bangladesh v India Bangladesh 121/7 India 118/2Bangladesh won by 3 runs scorecard - Bangladesh v India scorecard England v Indonesia Indonesia 49 (MacDonald-Gay 2/9) England 139/2 (batting on for 14.4 overs) (Scrivens 53*, Holland 42* ) England won by 10 wickets scorecard - Indonesia v England scorecard Rwanda v Ireland Rwanda 103/8 (Murekatete 26 - Macguire 2/20, MacNulty 2/23) Ireland 102/4 (Hunter 41 - Ishimwe 2/19 ) Rwanda won by 1 run scorecard - South Africa v Australia South Africa 61 Australia 64/2 Australi ..read more
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Monday's Warm-Up games - scores & scorecard links
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1y ago
Scotland v USAScotland 135/5 (Lister 42, Carter 41- Bhumika 2/26, Vaghela 2/20 , Geetika 1/9) USA 90 (Vaghela 40 - Fraser 3/7, Maceira 3/15, Montgomery 3/25 ) Scotland won by 45 runs scorecard - Scotland v USA scorecard Ireland v PakistanIreland 89/6 ( A Squires 35, G Dempsey 24 - A Shah 2/11, Z un Nisa 1/24) Pakistan 91/3 (15.4 overs) (E Fatima 58* - MacNulty 1/13, McCartney 1/14, Craig 1/14) Pakistan won by 7 wickets scorecard - Ireland v Pakistan scorecard Indonesia v ZimbabweIndonesia 70/9 (Chare 3/8, Ndhlalambi 2/19) Zimbabwe 55 (Mtomba 15 - Suarniasih 3/9, Dewi 3/13, Ariani 2/14) Indones ..read more
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Women's U19 T20 World Cup - Format and Warm Up Games
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1y ago
Welcome to our coverage of the inaugural Women's U19 T20 World Cup. First of all let's have a look at the format of the competition. Initially the sixteen qualifying teams are divided into four groups. Group A - Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, USA Group B - England, Pakistan, Rwanda, Zimbabwe Group C - Indonesia, Ireland, New Zealand, West Indies Group D - India, Scotland, South Africa, UAE Each team will play two warm-up games (see below). In the Group Stage they will play each team in their group once. The top three teams in each group will then enter the Super 6s Leagues. Super 6 League 1 ..read more
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The race to the WBBL Finals
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2y ago
WBBL07 is less than two weeks away from completing its group stage, with the teams finishing in third and fourth due to play Eliminator One on 24th November.  The winner of that game will then play in Eliminator Two, the following day, against the team that have finished second in the table.  And the winner from that game will then play the table-toppers, who will go straight to the final on 27th November. Finishing top is therefore a big plus. Finish second and you will have to play at least one game before the final. If you finish third or fourth then you will need to win three gam ..read more
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Heat dialled down, as Gades march on!
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2y ago
 Another unpredictable (well by me anyway) weekend in the WBBL!! Table-toppers Brisbane Heat managed to lose top spot having beaten Hurricanes in a high-scorer on Saturday, but then limping to just 95/9 against struggling Stars to lose by eight wickets on Sunday. Meanwhile Melbourne Renegades marched on with another defeat of lacklustre Sydney Sixers, and then a remarkable 161 run-chase on Sunday against Adelaide Strikers. Gades needed 106 from the last 10 overs and then 58 from the last 5 overs. The problem was that Harmanpreet Kaur was batting; Megan Schutt was bowled out; and Strikers ..read more
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Tough weekend in WBBL07
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2y ago
 Who would be foolish enough to try and predict all eight results in the WBBL this weekend? ......here goes...... Renegades v SixersWell this is where it could all go wrong before it has even started! All-star Sixers were just about everyone's tournament favourites before this all started, but they have not looked like potential champions in their four games so far. They were unconvincing in their first two games, but managed to get 4 points on the board, but then they batted poorly against both Stars and Renegades and were soundly beaten. By contrast Renegades have won their la ..read more
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The WBBL07 Roller Coaster continues
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2y ago
 After 20 games of WBBL07 just two points separate seven of the eight teams in the current league table. On Tuesday Sydney Thunder, alst year's winners, kept Melbourne Stars to just 108/7, but then could only stagger to 96/5 in reply. At the end of the powerplay Thunder's response was in tatters at 13/4, with Kim Garth having bowled three maidens and taken three wickets. They never looked like getting back into the game, despite 44* from Deepti Sharma. On Wednesday they had another shot at getting their first win on the board, but Melbourne Renegades clocked up 142/5, with Jemimah Rodrigu ..read more
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