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England will face stern challenge at Women’s World Cup

ICC Women’s World Cup winner Isa Guha insists England face a stern challenge if they are to lift the trophy for a fourth time this

India government rules out series against Pakistan

India's government ruled out any bilateral series against Pakistan, with the sports minister saying the national side's cricket board should get approval before games against

TKR Kiwi Star Excited for 2017 Seaon

Last year saw New Zealand’s Colin Munro score the first hundred by an overseas player at the CPL, and his Trinbago Knight Riders made the

Tauranga, Whangarei to host U-19 World Cup matches

A total of seven venues across Christchurch, Queenstown, Tauranga and Whangarei will host matches in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2018 in New Zealand,

Lanning: Going to be a very open World Cup

Australia women's captain Meg Lanning admits that the upcoming World Cup will be one of the most open in history but is confident her team

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