Mithali Raj's 67 set the base for Rest of the World Women's XI's 41-run win over MCC Women at Lord's
Mithali Raj's 67 set the base for Rest of the World Women's XI's 41-run win over MCC Women at Lord's © Getty Images
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Specials

    The inglorious TV debut

My Favourite Cricket Story: Isa Guha remembers playing her first televised match and not quite making it to the screen

    'Women's cricket needs India performing on the big stage'

Former England bowler Isa Guha talks about the support women's cricket needs, and being a role model to Asians in the UK

    'We're falling behind England and Australia'

NZ captain Suzie Bates on the new women's league, and the need for more Tests

    The woman in the white coat

New Zealand umpire Kathy Cross, the first woman to be named to an ICC umpires panel, talks about her journey so far

    'Ashes win was one of the highlights of my career'

Lydia Greenway on the challenges of playing Australia in Australia, the fielders she admires, and her favourite beer

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Blogs

Women must play more at Lord's

Raf Nicholson: The MCC staged a women's match as part of their 200th anniversary celebrations but Lord's still often feels like it's a ground only for men

'The more you win, the more people will watch women's cricket'

The Cricket Couch: SA captain Mignon du Preez talks about her side's recent successes

The unseen cricket of our times

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

Papua New Guinea celebrate their victory
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Australia Women's captain Meg Lanning holds up the World T20 trophy
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The victorious Australian Women's team pose with the World T20 trophy at the SCG
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Meg Lanning and Lasith Malinga pose with their trophies
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Australia Women take the celebrations up to the changing room
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Sarah Coyte is thrilled with the wicket of Sarah Taylor
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Fixtures Results
Only Test: Eng Women v India Women at Wormsley
Aug 13-16, 2014 (11:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 06:00 EDT | 05:00 CDT | 03:00 PDT)
1st ODI: Aus Women v Pak Women at Brisbane
Aug 21, 2014
1st ODI: Eng Women v India Women at Scarborough
Aug 21, 2014 (10:30 local | 09:30 GMT | 05:30 EDT | 04:30 CDT | 02:30 PDT)
2nd ODI: Aus Women v Pak Women at Brisbane
Aug 23, 2014
2nd ODI: Eng Women v India Women at Scarborough
Aug 23, 2014 (10:30 local | 09:30 GMT | 05:30 EDT | 04:30 CDT | 02:30 PDT)
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