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Double-headers don't help women's cricket anymore
They are poorly publicised, don't make sense to the fans for a number of reasons, and do little to increase the game's supporter base
CA has stolen a march on the ECB by live-streaming women's cricket
This year's WBBL has demonstrated CA's lead in making women's cricket visible to a wider audience. The ECB must follow suit
Where are the women on England cricket's power list?
A magazine's recent ranking of the game's influential figures reveals just how much women's cricket has lost
The Women's Super League is a hit
The crowds have come in in their thousands, the matches are exciting, there's young talent in the ranks. Pity it's not on TV
Bring on the Super League
League cricket has had a presence in the women's game in England for dozens of years, and the KSL looks set to build on that tradition
Letting go of Lottie
Charlotte Edwards influenced not only the women's game but also those who covered it
Women's pay should not depend on results
Professionalism means rewarding your players well irrespective of on-field results. Australia has set a good example
What have we learnt from the Women's World T20?
The WBBL helped West Indies but maybe not Australia. And double-headers may be redundant now
Women mean business too
That the women players flew economy class to India for the World T20 shows that the ICC still has much to do to establish equality with the men
Is women's cricket moving into a more competitive era?
More series wins like India's in Australia are needed to ensure a more level playing field and competitive tournaments
The women's Big Bash rings in a new era
The tournament's success is hugely encouraging. Finally the women's game is being understood and appreciated for what it is
Olympic cricket? It's a yes from the women
The women's game will gain hugely, in funding and exposure, if its played in the quadrennial global event
Should women's teams be coached by women?
It's likelier that an international women's player will be more familiar with the female game, but the answer's not straightforward
Don't give up on England's women's team
The last 12 months may have been ordinary, but the fans, media and broadcasters should not lose faith in the team
Make the multi-format points system universal
Cricket boards can take a cue from the success of the women's Ashes to make bilateral series more exciting
What will the new league do for women's cricket?
Can it provide a viable new tier in addition to county cricket and the international game?
New Zealand's frustrating decline in women's cricket
Through the 1990s and 2000s, they were very competitive on the field and progressive off it, but lately they are lagging behind in both
Why cricket needs women's Tests
Apart from the fact that they are exciting, intense encounters, getting rid of them might spell doom for the format across all cricket
Why I am a cricket-feminist
Women need to hold more top positions in administration, and sexism at all levels must be tackled
Kohli and Rohit rested for white-ball games in SA; Suryakumar to lead in T20Is, Rahul in ODIs
Rohit or Hardik as captain, and the Kohli question - India's T20 selection dilemmas