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Showing news for 2nd Test: England Women v India Women at Taunton, Aug 29-Sep 1, 2006
England v India, 2nd women's Test, Taunton
Sep 2, 2006: Sudha Shah, the coach of the Indian women's team, has praised the fighting abilities of the side after their historic series win against England
England v India, 2nd women's Test, Taunton, 4th day
Sep 1, 2006: Two Tests, two fights to the death: women's cricket doesn't get any more exciting. Last time out it was India battling to save the draw, this time they were battling to win - and they fell over the line just in the nick of time to take the match, and with
England v India, 2nd women's Test, Taunton, 3rd day
Aug 31, 2006: Captain's innings don't come much more important. Charlotte Edwards' third Test century after England followed on earlier today has kept their slim hopes of saving this Test alive
England v India, 2nd women's Test, Taunton, 2nd day
Aug 30, 2006: England are taking some time to settle into their new home and by the close on the second day, plenty of their batsmen had been evicted, leaving their first innings in tatters
England v India, 2nd women's Test, Taunton, 1st day
Aug 29, 2006: This was an historic day for England women's cricket as Taunton was launched as the heart and home of the game. But it wasn't just England settling in: India made themselves right at home in the second and final Test, striking 168 for 2 on a truncated fir
Taunton, "Home of Women's Cricket"
Aug 29, 2006: These are exciting times for women's cricket. Taunton was launched as the spiritual and official home of the women's game today, as Jenny Thompson investigated
When Mitchell Johnson hit Virat Kohli on the helmet with a bouncer, Australian fielders came from everywhere. Mental disintegration had gone, replaced by the cricket unity. Two teams, one family.
From the bouncer that struck him on the badge of his helmet to the bouncer that dismissed him, Virat Kohli's century, and his duel with Mitchell Johnson, made for compelling human drama
After the tragedy of Phillip Hughes' death, this match showed that cricket and life will continue to go on. This time Test cricket dug in and got through to tea.
Turning your back on a system that the whole cricketing world wants a discussion on, refusing to discuss it because it is not 100%, is not good enough
The failed gamble of handing Karn Sharma a Test debut despite him having a moderate first-class record means India have to rethink who their spinner will be
After a long time we have seen an Indian team and captain enjoy the challenge of trying to overcome stronger opposition in an overseas Test