Jarrod Kimber

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Mihtali Raj watched on helpless as India collapsed

England v India, Women's World Cup final, Lord's

Mithali Raj's heroic run comes up short

With a little more help from her team-mates, Raj would have been holding aloft the trophy at Lord's but even so this should be seen as a game-changing campaign by India

Instances of run-outs in women's cricket are nearly twice as many in men's cricket

How to watch the women's game

It has evolved at a crazy pace in the last few years, but comparing it to the men's game, which has been professional for hundreds of years, is pointless

Harmanpreet Kaur is congratulated by her team-mates

India v Australia, Women's World Cup, 2nd semi-final, Derby

Australia eaten by Harmanpreet monster

The human body was not meant to be this awesome. But Harmanpreet Kaur used all the anger and the awesomeness to dispatch the Australian bowlers all over the field as if it was her own property

Mithali Raj at a photo session

Australia v India, Women's World Cup semi-final, Derby

Can India honour the unshackled Raj?

For her entire career, Mithali Raj has been burdened with being the one and only. Now, with her team-mates stepping up, she has a chance to bow out of her last World Cup in style

Lizelle Lee launches the ball over cover

England v South Africa, 1st semi-final, Women's World Cup 2017

'Always rising' South Africa eye the summit

South Africa had almost the same team that got thrashed by England in the 2014 World T20 semi-final. What has turned them into such an intimidating side?

Australia captain Meg Lanning looks ahead to the Ashes

Meg Lanning, superstar

Australia's captain is talented, ruthless and utterly dominant. Young girls no longer need to look to men's cricket for role models

Virat Kohli watches the ball fly off his pull shot

My summer watching the big four

Kohli, Root, Williamson and Smith have indisputably been top of the batting heap for four years now. They were all on show in England this year

Javeria Khan loses her middle stump

Eng v Pak, WWC, Leicester

Pakistan's leg theory leaves plenty to be desired

Natalie Sciver's 137 from 92 balls was significantly more than Pakistan managed in nearly 30 overs. But it was in the field that they showed their naivety