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Indian women cricketers optimistic of good show in ICC World T20

Explosive opener Smriti Mandhana, young Mumbai batswoman Jemimah Rodrigues and senior left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht hoped that the team, coached by Ramesh Powar, will do well in the Caribbean.

Australia women thrash India women cricket team by 91 runs

Australia `A' women cricket team crushed India `A' by 91 runs in the opening match of the three -game ODI series.

India women to get little preparation before World T20 in West Indies

India's best showing at a World T20 have been two semifinal appearances in 2009 and 2010 and will begin the campaign against New Zealand on November 9.

India beat Sri Lanka by 51 runs to win series 4-0

The T20 series has all about Jemimah's coming of age performance for the senior side. Her sequence of scores in the T20 series is --- 36, 57, 52 not out and 46.

India women seal series against Sri Lanka with 7-wicket win in fourth T20

With the second T20 being washed out, India have now taken a 3-0 lead in the five-match series.

Tanya Bhatia, Mansi Joshi impress as Indian women beat Sri Lanka to clinch series

India also earned two additional points as the match is a part of the ICC Women's Championship.

Clinical Indian women trounce Sri Lanka by 9 wickets 

Chasing the paltry target, the Indian openers looked at ease as they stitched 96 runs for the first wicket to seal the match for their side.

Indian women to tour Sri Lanka for ICC Women's Championship

The ICC Women's World Cup 2017 finalists, India, are placed sixth with a tally of four points after six matches, both wins coming in a 2-1 series win over South Africa.

India Women’s Cricket Team up in arms against coach Tushar Arothe, allege 'excessive interference'

Indian women's cricket team up in arms against coach Tushar Arothe, with some young players alleging excessive interference in on-field decisions as one of the reasons.

Women's Asia Cup Final: Credit to bowlers for keeping us in the fight, says Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur admitted the batters failed to handle the nerves which resulted in a small total to defend for the bowlers in the Asia Cup final.

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