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94dAnnesha Ghosh at the Brabourne Stadium

Should have stayed until the 20th over - Mandhana

Despite top-scoring for India with a 41-ball 67, the opener blamed herself rather than the misfiring middle order for Thursday's defeat to Australia

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99dAnnesha Ghosh

'My time in the WBBL defines me and my game'

Big-hitting Veda Krishnamurthy opens up about the doubts and difficulties she faced in Australia, and what she has learned from them

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308dAnnesha Ghosh

Hard-working Shikha Pandey lives her dream

What she lacked in natural flair, she made up with grit to become an India allrounder and an officer with the Indian Air Force

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311dInterviews by Shashank Kishore and Annesha Ghosh

What women want

A wishlist from players from each of the top eight teams after a very successful World Cup

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Washout gives England series 2-0

Persistent rain in the capital led to the third and final women's ODI between England and India at Lord's being abandoned

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Knight stars in England victory

England bounced back from their Test defeat to India with a comprehensive 42-run victory on the Duckworth-Lewis method in the first match of the Royal London one-day series

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Road to Women's World Cup begins

England will attempt to put behind them the shock of losing the Test against India when they begin their one-day series in Scarborough on Thursday

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1408dBishen Jeswant

India 2, England 0, draws 6

A stats review after the only women's Test between India and England at Wormsley

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1408dMelinda Farrell at Wormsley

India complete landmark victory

It has been eight years since India Women last played a Test match, but they made light of that lengthy gap by beating England Women by six wickets in Wormsley

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1409dMelinda Farrell at Wormsley

Raj key in India's test of nerve

India Women need 62 runs with six wickets in hand to beat England Women in their one-off Test at Wormsley

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1410dMelinda Farrell at Wormsley

England adapt to keep Test in balance

England reached 110 for 6 at the close of the second day, a slender lead of 88, as India's bowlers continued to make use of testing conditions

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1411dMelinda Farrell at Wormsley

India hold edge as 16 wickets tumble

India were involved in a dramatic return to Test cricket as 16 wickets fell on the opening day against England at Wormsley

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India women to play Test against England

India's women will play their first Test since 2006 after a four-day contest was pencilled into their tour of England in August.

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