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Apr 13, 2014

The unseen cricket of our modern times

The Cordon: The Women's World T20 was scheduled to run alongside the men's seemingly to make it more visible. But it wasn't

Raf Nicholson

Apr 8, 2014

Chasing the men down

Cricinfo: Greg Baum, in the Age, believes Australia Women's efficient defence of their World T20 title was another advertisement of their catching up with the men's game

Apr 5, 2014

More than a sport in Afghanistan

Cricinfo: Claire Stewart, in the Sydney Morning Herald, presents a looking glass into cricket in Afghanistan and how it serves a greater purpose than sporting pleasure

Mar 12, 2014

A new era for England's women cricketers

The Cordon: Plans for the first-ever fully professional contracts for England women mark the end of a decades-long struggle

Raf Nicholson

Mar 10, 2014

'More job opportunities in cricket will increase women's participation'

The Cordon: Indian bowler Snehal Pradhan talks about being banned for an illegal action and later cleared, the vision players need to become world-beaters, and her writing aspirations

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Feb 10, 2014

Double headers are the future, but they stink

The Cordon: Playing women's matches before men's is good in principle, but they end up reducing the women's game to a sideshow

Raf Nicholson

Jan 7, 2014

What have the men got to do with it?

The Cordon: Female cricketers are often asked to place their performances in context with those of their male counterparts. Is that even fair?

Raf Nicholson

Dec 8, 2013

What if Sachin had been a girl?

The Cordon: Young and highly talented female cricketers are forced to quit the game before they reach the height of their powers. Is that at all fair?

Raf Nicholson

Nov 6, 2013

Ignorance is the worst crime in commentary

The Cordon: And you get plenty of it in women's cricket these days. Why must we listen to those who have little knowledge of the players and care less?

Raf Nicholson

Oct 29, 2013

Youtube, Shizuka Miyaji's first coach

Cricinfo: Carly Adno in Australia's Telegraph explores the origins of Japan's captain and allrounder Shizuka Miyaji

ESPNcricinfo staff

Oct 13, 2013

A question of confidence

The Cordon: If we want more females to participate in cricket we must rid ourselves of the perception that it's a man's game

Raf Nicholson

Oct 3, 2013

Ladies and gentlemen

The Cordon: Would playing more mixed-sex cricket be an advancement of the sport?

Nicholas Hogg

Sep 7, 2013

The new women's Ashes format? Genius

The Cordon: Seeing how this summer's contests between England and Australia have captivated the public's attention, it looks like a points-based system is the way to go

Raf Nicholson

Sep 2, 2013

Tracking Charlotte Edwards

Cricinfo: Oliver Brown in the Telegraph digs into Charlotte Edwards' past after her side reclaimed the Ashes

ESPNcricinfo staff

Aug 14, 2013

The Ashes that's not on your TV sets

Page 2: Ah for women's cricket, where the TV coverage is dreadful but the action enthralling

Andrew Hughes

Aug 9, 2013

Women's cricket on the up

Cricinfo: Greater crowds and higher television coverage tally with England captain Charlotte Edwards prediction that women's cricket could attract as many people as the men's game writes Jenny Cornish in the Telegraph

Aug 1, 2013

Bored of watching Australia's men lose? Go watch the women

The Cordon: Women's cricket wins converts to its cause when their series are more competitive and closely fought than the men's

Raf Nicholson

Jul 3, 2013

A chance for Pakistan's women to grow in stature

The Cordon: Participating in qualifying tournaments is not necessarily enough for developing women's sides

Raf Nicholson

May 31, 2013

What price amateurism?

The Cordon: Playing for the love of the game is admirable but for those at the top of their sport, should it really still be necessary?

Raf Nicholson

May 1, 2013

Give girls role models of their own

The Cordon: Women cricketers still grow up idolising male players, like they did back in the 1940s. It's time that changed

Raf Nicholson
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