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Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Women's World Cup 2017, Leicester

Manodara 84 ensures Sri Lanka clinch thriller

Jul 15, 2017: Pakistan needed 16 runs in 21 balls when their last wicket fell, consigning them to two entire World-Cup campaigns without a single victory

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Women's World Cup Qualifiers 2017

India skittle Thailand for 55 in second win

Feb 8, 2017: A round-up of the first round of games from the Women's World Cup Qualifiers, held on February 8, 2017

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India v Sri Lanka, 2nd Women's ODI, Ranchi

Deepti four-for, Raj fifty help India seal series

Feb 17, 2016: Medium-pacer Deepti Sharma's four-wicket burst, followed by a patient 53 not out from Mithali Raj, helped India Women claim an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series, with a six-wicket win over Sri Lanka Women in Ranchi

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Sri Lanka v West Indies, 1st Women's T20, Colombo

Sri Lanka take lead with D/L win

May 23, 2015: Sri Lanka women beat West Indies women by five runs in a rain-affected match in Colombo, to lead the three-match series 1-0

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Pakistan v Sri Lanka, 1st women's T20, Sharjah

Sri Lanka women hold on for eight-run win

Jan 15, 2015: Dilani Manodara powered Sri Lanka women to 151, and sent the team on their way towards an eight-run victory against Pakistan women in Sharjah

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Pakistan v Sri Lanka, 1st women's ODI, Sharjah

Dar, Iqbal lead Pakistan to win

Jan 9, 2015: A fifty from opener Marina Iqbal and an unbeaten 37 from Nida Dar steered Pakistan Women to a five-wicket win against Sri Lanka Women in the opening match of the three ODI-series in Sharjah

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ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier, 6th match-day, Bangladesh

World Cup berths for Pakistan, Sri Lanka

Nov 22, 2011: A round-up of the action from the sixth match-day of the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Bangladesh

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Women's cricket

Five Sri Lanka women players lose their jobs

Oct 29, 2008: Five Sri Lankan women's cricketers have claimed that their refusal to give up their pursuit of the game has cost them their jobs

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