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ICC Women's World Twenty20 2010

A test of sustainability for the women's game

May 4, 2010: After encouraging signs and a cricket-filled 2009, the women once again join the men at the World Twenty20 - a tournament that will be another test of the sustainability of the women's game

Nishi Narayanan

RSA T20 Cup, Dublin, 1st round

Pakistan win twice to go top

May 28, 2009: A wrap of the first-round matches of the RSA T20 Cup

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Pakistan news

Pakistan's women issue writ against PCB

May 27, 2009: The Pakistan board has been served with a notice by the Lahore High Court over what is claimed to be its discriminatory attitude against the Pakistan Women's Cricket Control Association

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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

Pakistan women

Time to get noticed

Mar 6, 2009: Cricinfo previews Pakistan's prospects for the women's World Cup 2009

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National Twenty20 Quadrangular Championship

South Zone clinch Pakistan's inaugural T20 tournament

Jul 28, 2008: South Zone, led by captain Urooj Mumtaz's unbeaten 39, beat Central Zone Blues by five wickets at the National Stadium in Karachi on Sunday to clinch the inaugural women's National Twenty20 Quadrangular Championship

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Pakistan cricket

PCB launches women's Twenty20 tournament

Jul 15, 2008: The Pakistan board has launched the National Twenty20 Quadrangular Championship as part of its plans to prepare the national women's team for the inaugural World Twenty20 in England in 2009

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Women's Asia Cup 4th day

India and Sri Lanka continue winning ways

May 6, 2008: Round-up of the fourth day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Women's Asia Cup

Sri Lanka women upbeat over Asia Cup

Apr 28, 2008: Sri Lanka, who are hosting the fourth Women's Asia Cup, are confident they can stop India's domination of the event. The past three tournaments have been won by India something Sri Lanka are determined to turn around

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

ICC Women's World Cup Qualifiers, 2nd day round-up

Bermuda thumped once again

Feb 18, 2008: Bermuda women recovered from the ignominy of being bowled out for 13 yesterday, managing 85 today against Netherlands women. They still lost, however, by the thumping margin of 196 runs

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Allrounder Mumtaz to lead 14-member squad in South Africa

Pakistan unchanged for women's World Cup qualifiers

Jan 25, 2008: Pakistan have stuck to the same squad that they had announced in October last year for the Women's World Cup, which they were initially supposed to host. The tournament was shifted to Stellenbosch in South Africa due to political unrest

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Women's World Cup qualifiers, Lahore

Pakistan women announce World Cup qualifier squad

Oct 25, 2007: Pakistan women have announced their 14-member squad for the World Cup qualifiers

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ICC Awards, 2007

Sthalekar, Goswami and Taylor shortlisted

Sep 6, 2007: Lisa Sthalekar, Jhulan Goswami and Claire Taylor have been shortlisted for the ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year award

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ICC Awards, 2007

Nominees announced for Women's Cricketer of the Year

Aug 28, 2007: The ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year award will have a new name on it after Karen Rolton did not make the shortlist

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Asia and Africa women to play ahead of men

Twenty20 vision hits another continent

May 11, 2007: Asia and Africa women are to play a Twenty20 ahead of the men at Bangalore on June 5

Jenny Thompson

South Africa v Pakistan, 3rd women's ODI, Pretoria

South Africa romp to series victory

Jan 24, 2007: South Africa romped to an expected third win in three to take the five-match one-day series against Pakistan

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South Africa v Pakistan, 2nd women's ODI, Pretoria

Mumtaz five in vain as South Africa extend series lead

Jan 22, 2007: South Africa romped to a second successive win as the gulf between them and Pakistan showed no signs of closing

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South Africa v Pakistan, 1st women's ODI, Pretoria

South Africa take series lead

Jan 20, 2007: A fine 79 from Johmari Logtenberg - her second fifty in one-dayers - led South Africa women to a comprehensive 98-run win over Pakistan in the first ODI at Pretoria

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Women's Asia Cup

India target hat-trick of titles

Dec 12, 2006: India's women will embark on their quest for a hat-trick of Asia Cup titles when they face Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the triangular tournament which will be played in Jaipur from December 13 to 21

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Pakistan Women v SL Women, 1st Asia Cup match, Karachi

Sri Lanka beat battling Pakistan

Dec 28, 2005: Pakistan's women cricketers narrowly lost the opening match of the Asia Cup against Sri Lanka, falling by 14 runs

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