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NatWest Women's Quadrangular Series

India secure third place finish

Jul 7, 2011: India finished third in the NatWest Women's Quadrangular series after beating New Zealand by 32 runs in a low-scoring encounter at Aston Rowant

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Natwest Women's Quadrangular Series

Goswami's six in vain as India slump to another loss

Jul 5, 2011: Jhulan Goswami's career-best haul of 6 for 31 wasn't enough to prevent India from slumping to their sixth defeat in seven matches following another uninspiring batting performance against New Zealand

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Natwest Women's Quadrangular Series

Nitschke, Coyte help Australia to tight victory

Jul 2, 2011: Australia edged home off the last ball to complete a nail-biting three-wicket win against India in Chesterfield

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NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series

England ease to six-wicket win

Jun 30, 2011: England Women got off to a winning start in the NatWest Women's Quadrangular Series, beating India Women by a comfortable six-wicket margin in Derby

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NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series

Goswami leads India to consolation win

Jun 27, 2011: India broke their run of defeats by beating New Zealand by three wickets in the 3rd-place playoff of the NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series at the Rose Bowl

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NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series

England's women extend dominance

Jun 26, 2011: Claire Taylor roared back into form with a boundary-laden 66 to carry England to 134 before a professional team performance with the ball restricted India to 88 for 8

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NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series

Perry stars in New Zealand win

Jun 25, 2011: India slipped to another defeat in the Women's Quadrangular series, this time to New Zealand by 25 runs at the Clifton College Close Ground

NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series

Clinical Australia Women trounce India

Jun 23, 2011: In a match that went just one way from the moment the coin was tossed, Australia Women trounced India Women by eight wickets with 53 balls to spare

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