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For love, not money

Despite encouraging performances on and off the field, the women's game still retains an amateur air about it

Victorious on and off the field

Between marquee events in 2011, the women's sides, West Indies in particular, competed hard to show they well and truly belong on the international circuit

Australia Women v New Zealand Women

Rose Bowl resumes after earthquake

Australia and New Zealand's Rose Bowl Series recommences on Sunday, four months after it was dramatically halted when the sides were caught up in the fatal Christchurch earthquake

The year of reckoning

The women proved that holding a joint World Twenty20 was a good idea and then went on to break all sorts of batting records in the format

Women's cricket in 2009

A year to savour

Women's cricket, led by the England side, broke new ground and found new followers this year

West Indies knocking on the big league

With West Indies' victory against England at St Kitts, has the women's game finally got another major player on the park? Are the Awesome Foursome now the Big Five?

ICC women's World Twenty20 2009

A chance for women to shine

Sharing a tournament is an unprecedented opportunity offered by the ICC, which could lead to bigger crowds and better conditions

ICC women's World Twenty20

England relish favourites tag

The strength-in-depth of the talent pool has left England a constantly dangerous opposition

The mothers of invention

England's women won an ICC trophy last week - which their men have failed to do in nine attempts. A look at 11 occasions where the women beat the men to the tape

Jenny Roesler at the 2009 Women's World Cup

Celebrating the end of World Cup in Sydney

The final had long been won, but one England player was still on the pitch, practising her batting for fun with a group of mates