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You go, girls

Mar 25, 2009: The women's game is more marketable than ever in the wake of England's World Cup win

Andrew Miller

Women's World Cup 2009

A great advertisement for women's cricket

Mar 24, 2009: The pitches, slower at the end of Australia's summer season, aided spin but did not let the bowlers to dominate the batsmen; the two-week format allowed each side a minimum of four games

Nishi Narayanan

Women's World Cup 2009

King of swing falls for the girls

Mar 24, 2009: Wasim Akram is in Australia to commentate on the Women's World Cup and now he knows all about the top women and their rankings

Jenny Roesler

England v New Zealand, women's World Cup final, Sydney

England's win could be a lesson to other boards

Mar 22, 2009: England's win will send a message to the other boards that investment does pay off. Women are traditionally keen students of the game and often to be elite athletes requires a good deal of career sacrifice and understanding employers

Jenny Roesler in Sydney

Charlotte Edwards

'The best is yet to come'

Mar 21, 2009: England's women are on the verge of the biggest moment of their careers

Will Luke

New Zealand v Pakistan, women's World Cup, Super Six, Sydney

Bates smashes her way into England's concerns

Mar 19, 2009: Suzie Bates' total was the highest for a female New Zealand batsman, beating Karen Le Combers' 135 not out against Ireland in 1996

Jenny Roesler in Sydney

Clare Connor

'Going professional isn't the first priority'

Mar 15, 2009: The former England captain has been a tireless campaigner for women's cricket, but she doesn't think paying the players is the next step just yet

Jenny Roesler

World Cup memories: 2005

Almost famous

Mar 14, 2009: Cricinfo asked former and current women players for their lasting memories from each of the eight World Cups so far. Mithali Raj, the former India captain, revisits the last tournament

Nishi Narayanan

Women's World Cup 2009

England and New Zealand emerge favourites

Mar 13, 2009: Australia, India, New Zealand, England, West Indies and Pakistan have made it to the Super Six of the women's World Cup. We look at how the teams fared in their group stage and where they stand going into the Super Six

Nishi Narayanan

World Cup memories: 2000

Winning the cup, losing a cap

Mar 13, 2009: Haidee Tiffen looks back at the 2000 women's World Cup

Nishi Narayanan

World Cup memories: 1997

A litany of woe

Mar 11, 2009: Anjum Chopra looks back at the sixth women's World Cup

Nishi Narayanan

World Cup memories: 1993

Watching, listening, sleeping

Mar 10, 2009: Cathryn Fitzpatrick looks back at the fifth women's World Cup

Nishi Narayanan

World Cup memories: 1988

Like watching paint dry

Mar 8, 2009: Cricinfo asked former and current women players for their lasting memories from each of the eight World Cups so far. Janette Brittin, the former England batsman, remembers an eminently forgettable game from the fourth tournament

Nishi Narayanan

World Cup memories: 1982

Break a leg

Mar 7, 2009: The women have played eight World Cups so far and Cricinfo asked former and current players what their lasting memories from each tournaments was

Nishi Narayanan

Belinda Clark

Old guardian still close to new talent

Mar 7, 2009: Australia's former World Cup-winning captain will keep an eye on the next generation during the tournament

Peter English

Anjum Chopra

Eating biryani in SA, and making headlines in NZ

Mar 6, 2009: Cricinfo quizzed Anjum Chopra on memorable moments from the past three World Cups from food favourites to rooming delights

Emma Sampson

The might of Sampson

Mar 6, 2009: One of the world's fastest women bowlers is raring to get going at her first World Cup

Jenny Roesler

Rachael Heyhoe-Flint

'Women's cricket needs more PR'

Mar 5, 2009: England's captain at the first women's World Cup looks back at the event and the one ahead

Interview by Nishi Narayanan

World Cup memories: 1973

Winning it in front of a Royal

Mar 4, 2009: Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, England's captain from the inaugural World Cup, shares her enduring memories from tournament

Claire Taylor and Isa Guha

Go-to girls get in gear

Mar 3, 2009: England have the top-ranked batsman and bowler in their ranks, and they are set to make a mark on the World Cup

Nishi Narayanan
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Tournament Results
Eng Women v NZ Women at Sydney - Mar 22, 2009
Eng Women won by 4 wickets (with 23 balls remaining)
Aus Women v India Women at Sydney - Mar 21, 2009
India Women won by 3 wickets (with 13 balls remaining) (D/L method)
Pak Women v WI Women at Sydney - Mar 21, 2009
WI Women won by 3 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)
Aus Women v Eng Women at Sydney - Mar 19, 2009
Aus Women won by 8 wickets (with 97 balls remaining)
India Women v WI Women at Sydney - Mar 19, 2009
India Women won by 8 wickets (with 193 balls remaining)
NZ Women v Pak Women at Sydney - Mar 19, 2009
NZ Women won by 223 runs
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