Top 5: Team with Most Home Wins in Women’s ODI and T20 Cricket

Any sportsman feels an increase of confidence when playing in their own backyard, this is because…

Podcast: For over 20 years, Mithali continues to ‘Raj’ the Indian Women’s Cricket

The epitome of solidity and an embodiment of batting grace, the one-day international skipper of Indian…

Bismah Maroof disappointed over ICC’s decision to split points

In a recent release from ICC, the cricketing supervisor decided to equally divide points for the…

“I want to be the feeder of match-winning players into our women’s set up,” says Dinesha Devnarain

Dinesha Devnarain (born on 12 November 1988) is an international cricketer who has made 29 One…

Fastest Centuries in Women’s T20 Internationals

Cricket has been traditionally termed as the game of batters. At times, on a flat track,…

Skill-wise we are better players than Australia and England believes Harmanpreet Kaur

The game never stops. Amidst the lockdown which is of a global nature, the cricketers and…

“Kaur”antined Harman does a Q&A session on Twitter

On March 26, India’s T20 skipper Harmanpreet Kaur did an #AskHarman session on the micro-blogging platform…

Can Indian women’s cricket close the gap with the men’s game?

To say that cricket is a popular sport in India is an understatement of huge proportions.…

“When I played my first World Cup at the age of 16, I couldn’t hit the ball 20 percent of what she can hit,” says Smriti Mandhana

India’s southpaw Smriti Mandhana disclosed that she told her opening partner Shafali Verma, who was in…