The India players run to the pitch to celebrate their win

Why cricket needs women's Tests

Apart from the fact that they are exciting, intense encounters, getting rid of them might spell doom for the format across all cricket

England captain Charlotte Edwards and the ECB's head of women's cricket Clare Connor pose with a Kia Sportage

Why I am a cricket-feminist

Women need to hold more top positions in administration, and sexism at all levels must be tackled

Stafanie Taylor and Anisa Mohammed celebrate the fall of Elyse Villani

All hail the other West Indies

The women's side's understated rise to No. 1 could inspire young girls - and boys - and break barriers to gender equality in the region

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India Women in England 2014

Reliving the triumph of 2006

India Women's cricketer Snehal Pradhan reminisces about the last time the women's team played a Test in England, a historic win made all the more memorable by Jhulan Goswami's bowling

Mithali Raj top-scored for Rest of the World with 67

Why women must play more at Lord's

The MCC staged a women's match as part of their 200th anniversary celebrations but Lord's still often feels like it's a ground only for men

Women's cricket

Just like the men of the 90s

Snehal Pradhan writes that the current India Women's side resembles the men's team of the 1990s, which was "famously talented and infamously inconsistent", and hopes that the women can turn it around too