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Women's cricket

NZ women's coach not in favour of contracts

Mar 27, 2009: Gary Stead, the New Zealand women's coach, has dismissed the idea that the women's game should go professional following England's victorious campaign at the World Cup in Australia earlier this month

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Women's World Cup 2009

Spinners thrive, minnows flounder, sixes flow

Mar 24, 2009: The Women's World Cup witnessed several statistical highlights. Cricinfo looks at some of the interesting numbers from the tournament

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Women's World Cup 2009

Loss to New Zealand was turning point - Goswami

Mar 24, 2009: Jhulan Goswami, captain of the Indian women's team, was happy to have regained her No. 1 ranking in bowling but was disappointed with India's third place finish in the World Cup in Sydney

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Women's World Cup 2009

Five England players in World Cup XI

Mar 23, 2009: Five England players have made it to the women's World Cup 2009 XI announced by the ICC day after the team lifted their third world title by beating New Zealand by four wickets in Sydney

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Women's cricket

Twenty20 for all women's World Cup sides

Mar 22, 2009: The eight teams that participated in the 2009 women's World Cup will not only play in the World Twenty20 later this year in England but also the 2010 World Twenty20 in West Indies

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

Shaw proves a point

Mar 22, 2009: A modest Nicki Shaw, named Player of the Match, put her bowling down to luck, while crediting the opening pace bowler Katherine Brunt for building up the pressure ahead of her own spell

Jenny Roesler in Sydney

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

We've repaid those who had faith in us - Edwards

Mar 22, 2009: Charlotte Edwards has at last won a World Cup by leading England to their third overall title following a very successful year

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Women's World Cup 2009

Sampson retires from cricket at 23

Mar 22, 2009: Australia's opening bowler Emma Sampson has shocked the cricket world by retiring at the age of 23

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

England lift World Cup after late drama

Mar 22, 2009: England woke up on Sunday morning to find their women crowned world champions for the third time following a final in which they had the edge throughout against New Zealand in Sydney on Sunday

The Bulletin by Jenny Roesler in Sydney

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

Little separates England and New Zealand

Mar 21, 2009: Even the bookies cannot split the teams. In a repeat of the 1993 final at Lord's, England will face New Zealand at North Sydney Oval on Sunday in a match holding much promise

The Preview Jenny Roesler in Sydney

Pakistan v West Indies, women's World Cup, Sydney

Aguilleira calls on West Indies board for more matches

Mar 21, 2009: West Indies came to the World Cup with little expectation on their shoulders, despite arriving with a No. 5 ranking for that position was based on their performance in previous World Cup

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Pakistan v West Indies, women's World Cup, Sydney

West Indies retain No.5 ranking

Mar 21, 2009: Shanel Daley took a career-best 4 for 29 to bowl out Pakistan for 131 and clinch a three-wicket win for West Indies which let them retain the fifth place in the world rankings

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Australia v India, Women's World Cup, 3rd place play-off, Sydney

India ride to tight victory and finish third

Mar 21, 2009: India beat Australia for the second time in the tournament to take third place and relegate the highly-fancied hosts to a disappointing fourth

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Women's cricket

Women set for second World Twenty20 in 2010

Mar 20, 2009: Women's cricket has been handed a further boost by being included in the World Twenty20 in the Caribbean next year

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

Stead calls for big hits against England

Mar 19, 2009: New Zealand coach Gary Stead played down his side's thumping performance but was not shy about stating their prospects for Sunday's final against England

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

Bates and Tiffen tons take New Zealand to final

Mar 19, 2009: New Zealand entered their third World Cup final in style after posting a mammoth 373 against Pakistan in the final Super Six match.

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India v West Indies, Super Six, women's World Cup, Sydney

India overhaul West Indies with ease

Mar 19, 2009: India made it to the third-place playoff after an eight-wicket win over West Indies at the Bankstown Oval

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Australia v England, Women's World Cup, Super Six, Sydney

Australia upset England but miss the final

Mar 19, 2009: Australia saved their best for late in the tournament with a commanding win over the finalists England

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Women's World Cup 2009

New Zealand's fate in their hands

Mar 18, 2009: England are already assured of their place in the World Cup final, but could yet play any of three sides. New Zealand are in pole position, but if they slip up either Australia or India could sneak in

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Women's World Cup 2009

'I need as much help as I can get' - Campbell

Mar 18, 2009: Four years ago West Indies women were on the crest of a wave. Their success in the World Cup in South Africa had earned them an automatic place in this year's trophy

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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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