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New Zealand v Pakistan, Women's World Cup, Taunton

Rowe and Devine mow down Pakistan

Jul 8, 2017: Sophie Devine pummeled a record nine sixes during her 41-ball 93 as New Zealand knocked Pakistan out of contention for the semi-finals

The Report by Deivarayan Muthu

New Zealand v West Indies, Women's World Cup, Taunton

Kasperek returns to shine against unfamiliar opponents

Jul 6, 2017: Leigh Kasperek last played an ODI in February 2016 and suffered multiple injuries after that but returned with figures of 10-6-17-3 when she got a chance to play West Indies on Thursday

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New Zealand v West Indies, Women's World Cup, Taunton

Priest, bowlers brush aside West Indies

Jul 6, 2017: A grand show from bowlers Lea Tahuhu and Leigh Kasperek, followed by a blitz from Rachel Priest, saw New Zealand canter home against West Indies

The Report by Deivarayan Muthu

Women's bowling performance of the year

Lucky number three

Feb 24, 2017: Multiple-stopover flights could not faze Leigh Kasperek as she downed Australia yet again

Shashank Kishore

New Zealand Women's news

Injured Kasperek to miss rest of 2016-17 season

Feb 18, 2017: Leigh Kasperek, the New Zealand women's offspinner, has been sidelined from the rest of the 2016-17 season with multiple fractures on her left little finger

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Women's cricket

Bermingham, Kasperek back in NZ women's squads

Jan 26, 2017: Offspinner Morna Nielsen, pacer Hannah Rowe and batsman Samantha Curtis, who were in the squad for the home series against Pakistan, have been left out

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Women's bowling nominees

Stingy ladies

Jan 15, 2017: Knockout matches or not, our women's bowling nominees were loath to give up any runs

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ICC Women's Championship

Kasperek sidelined for at least eight weeks

Oct 7, 2016: A fracture has ruled Leigh Kasperek out for eight weeks, including six qualification games

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New Zealand v West Indies, Women's World T20, semi-final, Mumbai

West Indies keep the chaos under control

Mar 31, 2016: 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

Vithushan Ehantharajah

New Zealand v South Africa, Women's World T20, Group A, Bangalore

NZ Women complete dominant win to knock SA out

Mar 26, 2016: New Zealand Women produced a clinical performance to knock South Africa out of the tournament, after a resounding seven-wicket win in Bangalore

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Australia v New Zealand, Women's World T20 2016, Group A, Nagpur

Spinners all but seal New Zealand Women's semi-final spot

Mar 21, 2016: New Zealand's three-pronged spin attack smothered Australia to 103, which was chased down comfortably, thanks to a quick start from the top order

The Report by Shashank Kishore in Nagpur

Women's World T20 2016

From Edinburgh to Otago - Leigh Kasperek's route to the White Ferns

Mar 21, 2016: An openness to opportunities and a willingness to take bold decisions have made Leigh Kasperek an international cricketer

Shashank Kishore

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Women's T20I, Wellington

Kasperek's four-for sets up easy win for New Zealand

Feb 28, 2016: Leigh Kasperek's outstanding bowling performance of 3-0-7-4 set up an easy win for New Zealand Women over Australia Women in the first T20 at the Basin Reserve

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New Zealand women in India 2015

Leigh Kasperek included in NZ women squad

May 12, 2015: Natalie Dodd, Maddie Green and Leigh Kasperek have been included in the New Zealand women's squad that will tour India for five ODIs and three T20 internationals in June

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Netherlands v Scotland, Women's European Championship 2009, Dublin

Wattenburg condemns Scotland to second loss

Aug 4, 2009: Riding on a magnificent unbeaten 87 from wicketkeeper Violet Wattenberg, Netherlands defeated Scotland by five wickets at The Inch

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ICC European Development Programme

Internationals take part in European Academy

Apr 14, 2008: Several Scotland, Ireland and Netherlands internationals are taking part in the European Women's Academy in Spain to prepare for the next season's club and country fixtures

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