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We have 'unfinished business' in world tournaments - Satterthwaite (1:42)
'Honoured and excited to lead this team' - Amy Satterthwaite (2:13)
I'm just trying to keep up with Suzie Bates - Devine (1:12)
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India unlikely to play day-night Test in Adelaide

Australia's home international schedule for 2018-19 includes maiden Tests at the Perth Stadium and Canberra's Manuka Oval, and an international debut for Gold Coast

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485dInterviews 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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989dVithushan Ehantharajah

West Indies keep the chaos under control

One of the challenges for the women's game is to get enough of the matches on TV. With a chance in front of the cameras, West Indies produced a thoroughly watchable performance

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Shrubsole blows New Zealand away

Anya Shrubsole blew away the New Zealand middle order with four wickets as England Women levelled the ODI series with a remarkably straightforward victory after the tourists set only a modest target

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NZC hands out maiden contracts to women players

Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine, Sian Ruck and Sara McGlashan have become the first New Zealand women players to be awarded professional contracts by the New Zealand board

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2141dAmol Karhadkar in Cuttack

New Zealand thrive on bowling front

Going by the first two games of their World Cup campaign, New Zealand Women seem to have a problem of plenty on their hands as far as their bowling department is concerned

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2141dThe Report by Amol Karhadkar in Cuttack

Candy shines for New Zealand

Rachel Candy's maiden five-wicket haul in international cricket set up New Zealand's seven-wicket victory against Pakistan in a Group B Women's World Cup game at the Barabati Stadium on Sunday

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Lanning helps Australia draw level

Australia Women leveled the two-match Twenty20 series against New Zealand with a close, five-wicket win in Melbourne on Tuesday