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Women's Asia Cup 2008

Newcomers' success pleases Raj

May 12, 2008: Among the new players who did well in the tournament are offspinner Pujare Seema, left-arm spinner Gouher Sultana and batsman Priyanka Roy

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Women's Asia Cup

BCCI announces cash award for Indian team

May 12, 2008: BCCI president Sharad Pawar has announced a cash prize of Rs 5 lakh (US$12,000) each for the 15 members of the Asia Cup-winning Indian women's squad

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Sri Lanka v India, Asia Cup final, Kurunegala

India clinch fourth successive Asia Cup

May 11, 2008: India thrashed Sri Lanka by a 177 runs in Kurunagela to clinch their fourth successive Women's Asia Cup

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Sri Lanka v India, Asia Cup final, Kurunegala

Sri Lanka aim to break final jinx

May 9, 2008: This is the fourth time in four Asia Cups that India and Sri Lanka are going to meet in the final. But so far India has won every face-off

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Women's Asia Cup 6th day

Clinical Sri Lanka seal nine-wicket win

May 9, 2008: Round-up of the sixth day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Women's Asia Cup 2008

Goswami reaches 100 wickets in ODIs

May 8, 2008: In her first three years, from 2002, Goswami took only 38 wickets. Between 2005 and 2008, she picked up 62 wickets at a phenomenal average of 19

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Women's Asia Cup 4th day

Javeria six-for gives Pakistan their first win

May 8, 2008: Round-up of the fifth day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Women's Asia Cup 4th day

India and Sri Lanka continue winning ways

May 6, 2008: Round-up of the fourth day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Women's Asia Cup, 3rd day

India and Sri Lanka post crushing wins

May 5, 2008: Round-up of the third day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Women's Asia Cup, 2nd day

Bangladesh claim historic win

May 3, 2008: Round-up of the second day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Women's Asia Cup, 1st day

Raj leads Bangladesh rout

May 2, 2008: Round-up of the first day of matches at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

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Bangladesh women's cricket

A journey into the unknown

May 2, 2008: The debut for Bangladesh's women may be an insignificant entry in the chronicles of cricket but should they go on to achieve the success that their male counterparts are struggling to reach

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Women's Asia Cup 2008

India seek to maintain winning streak

May 1, 2008:

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Women's Asia Cup

Sri Lanka women upbeat over Asia Cup

Apr 28, 2008: Sri Lanka, who are hosting the fourth Women's Asia Cup, are confident they can stop India's domination of the event. The past three tournaments have been won by India something Sri Lanka are determined to turn around

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Women's Asia Cup

Three newcomers in Pakistan squad for Asia Cup

Apr 16, 2008: Pakistan open the tournament with a match against Sri Lanka. For the first time Bangladesh has also been included in the Asia Cup

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Asia Cup, 2008

Bangladesh announce squad for women's Asia Cup

Apr 8, 2008: The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have announced a 14-member squad for next month's women's Asia Cup, which also features India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

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Asia Cup, 2008

Neetu David returns to Indian squad for Asia Cup

Apr 5, 2008: David's inclusion means Priti Dimri, the left-arm spinner who David had stepped aside for two years ago, has been left out

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Women's Asia Cup 2008

Siriwardene to lead hosts Sri Lanka

Apr 3, 2008: Shashikala Siriwardene will lead Sri Lanka's 14-member squad in the upcoming women's Asia Cup to be held in the country

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Tournament Results
SL Women v India Women at Kurunegala - May 11, 2008
India Women won by 177 runs
India Women v Pak Women at Dambulla - May 9, 2008
India Women won by 207 runs
SL Women v Bdesh Wmn at Kurunegala - May 9, 2008
SL Women won by 9 wickets (with 145 balls remaining)
Bdesh Wmn v Pak Women at Dambulla - May 8, 2008
Pak Women won by 38 runs
SL Women v India Women at Kurunegala - May 8, 2008
India Women won by 8 wickets (with 144 balls remaining)
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