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Clark's lap of honour, Hockley's finest hour

Jul 6, 2017: Some of the biggest names in women's cricket recount their standout experiences in past editions of the game's premier event

Interviews by Shashank Kishore

World Cup memories: 1997

A litany of woe

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

Nishi Narayanan

Indian hopes high for World Cup success

Nov 24, 2000: India arrived in Christchurch today to complete the assembly of the world's leading women's cricket sides in preparation for the CricInfo Women's World Cup starting next Wednesday at Lincoln University

Lynn McConnell

No half measures for Sri Lanka coach

Nov 23, 2000: The Sri Lanka coach Guy de Alwis hopes his all-or-nothing approach will lift the Sri Lankans' performance during the CricInfo Women's World Cup tournament that will start in Christchurch next week

Don Cameron

The Irish eyes were smiling

Nov 23, 2000: The Ireland team for the CricInfo Women's World Cup cricket tournament scored highly for charm when they reached their Hamilton base this morning - and even higher for enterprise

Don Cameron

Northern Districts ready for Irish match

Nov 21, 2000: The Irish women's cricket team this weekend will begin their build-up for the 2000 CricInfo Women's World Cup with two one-day matches against the State Northern Districts women's team

Lynn McConnell

South Africans want semi-final berth

Nov 21, 2000: The South African womens cricket team has arrived in Christchurch with its sights set squarely on qualifying for the CricInfo Women's World Cup semi-finals

Steve Deane

Two wins will do - Netherlands arrive for World Cup

Nov 18, 2000: "Two wins would be good, but we will be trying for more," was the promise of Betty Timmer, manager of the Netherlands team for the Cricinfo Women's World Cup after their round-the-world struggle to reach New Zealand today

Don Cameron

England well-prepared for Cup challenge

Nov 14, 2000: England's team for the CricInfo Women's World Cup is the fittest and best-prepared England team yet, according to captain Clare Connor

Lynn McConnell
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