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Indian eves register consolation win over NZ in final T20

Indian eves register consolation win over NZ in final T20

The series already out of their hands, Indian women defeated New Zealand women by three wickets to register a consolation win in the third and final Twenty20 International cricket match, here on Wednesday.

Thirush Kamini, Deepti Sharma power Indian women to ODI series win over New Zealand

Thirush Kamini, Deepti Sharma power Indian women to ODI series win over New Zealand

A brilliant half-century by Thirush Kamini lifted India to a nine-wicket win over New Zealand and enabled them to take the five-match women's One-Day International (ODI) series 3-2 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Wednesday.

Indian women lose third ODI by six wickets

Indian women lose third ODI by six wickets

 Indian women were handed a second consecutive loss by New Zealand here as the hosts now trail 1-2 in the five match ODI series.

A crucial ODI series for India, New Zealand eves

A crucial ODI series for India, New Zealand eves

History favours India as they take on visiting New Zealand in a five-match women's One-Day International (ODI) series beginning here on Sunday, but the immediate priority for both teams is to pick up points that will help them qualify for the 2017 World Cup.

New Zealand beat Windies by one run

Suzie Bates played a captain’s knock to lead New Zealand women to a dramatic one-run victory over West Indies in the first of three One-Day Internationals (ODI) at Sabina Park here.

Wake up call for Kiwi women`s cricket: captain Bates

After a disappointing fourth-place finish at the ICC Women`s World Cup concluded yesterday, New Zealand skipper and player of the tournament Suzie Bates feels the team would not do well if her country`s cricket board does not put in resources to arrange more tours.

We played our worst cricket in last three games: Bates

Mumbai: Disappointed at finishing fourth in the ICC Women`s World Cup, New Zealand skipper Suzie Bates admitted that her team was inconsistent and played its worst cricket in the last three matches.

New Zealand name squad for women`s World Cup

New Zealand have recalled the experienced Sophie Devine and the talented Kate Broadmore to a 15-member cricket squad for the upcoming ICC World Cup in India.