IND-W v AUS-W | India to play five T20Is versus Australia from December 9 at DY Patil, Brabourne Stadiums

The BCCI on Friday confirmed that the Indian women will play five T20Is against Australia from December 9 onwards, and the fixtures will take place at DY Patil Stadium and Brabourne Stadium. The series, which was announced in May, did not have fixed dates and venues until the announcement. Maharashtra’s DY Patil Stadium and Brabourne … Read more

India women and men cricketers to earn same match fee, announces Jay Shah

Jay Shah has made a historic announcement revealing that women cricketers will earn the same amount of match fee in the future wiping out the gender inequality in the pay scale. The women cricketers will now earn INR 15 lakh for a Test, six lakh for an ODI, and three lakh for T20I while Indian … Read more

Women’s Asia Cup Final | Twitter reacts as Sneh Rana kisses batter goodbye in epic sendoff to add salt to Sri Lanka’s wounds

Sports can really be brutal at times, and it gets worse with the opposition’s contrasting joy. No one knows that better than Sri Lanka whose tailspin in the final was further made embarrassing by India’s Sneh Rana after she gave a flying kiss send-off to Malsha Shehani following a soft dismissal. Sri Lanka upset Pakistan … Read more

Women’s Asia Cup Final | Twitter reacts as Richa Ghosh turns into prime MS Dhoni to save freakishly low ball

Wicket-keeping is an underrated skill in cricket and it can take players decades to master the art. Indian prodigy Richa Ghosh seems to already be on the path to greatness, as she proved with a breathtaking save using her extended leg after a ball stayed extremely low, much like MS Dhoni of yore. India are … Read more

Women’s Asia Cup | Twitter reacts as Deepti Sharma strikes again to punish non-striker’s casual backing-up

Some players just seem to attract controversy wherever they go, be it intentionally or just a product of circumstances. After being in the headlines for an infamous ‘Mankad’, Deepti Sharma again produced an unusual run-out during the Asia Cup against Thailand with a throw at the non-striker’s end. India women have bounced back strongly after … Read more

Women’s Asia Cup | Twitter reacts to Smriti Mandhana’s ‘all is well’ gesture to Shafali Verma after an awful mix-up

A mix-up between two batters usually leads to a run-out and the one who faces the heat expresses displeasure after that. However, Smriti Mandhana chose to do exactly the opposite as she kept her composure and showed a calm gesture to Shafali Verma after she was run out in a frightful manner. In the ongoing … Read more

Women’s Asia Cup 2022 | Internet reacts as India register a dominating win over UAE by 104 runs

India Women registered their third win of the ongoing Women’s Asia Cup outplaying UAE by 104 runs courtesy of Jemimah Rodrigues’s unbeaten knock of 75. However, apart from her batting, Rodrigues displayed sporting spirit with a generous gesture which was one of the talking points of the game. India Women have been in sublime form … Read more

Women’s Asia Cup | Was eager to play after not touching the bat for six weeks, reveals Jemimah Rodrigues

After shining with the bat in India’s 41-run win against Sri Lanka in the Women’s Asia Cup, Jemimah Rodrigues has revealed that she was excited for her return to cricket following her hand injury last month. Rodrigues top-scored with a 53-ball 76 to be fittingly adjudged the Player of the Match. India Women on Saturday … Read more

Internet reacts to Ben Stokes’ noisy replies to Harsha Bhogle’s views on non-strikers run-out

With Charlie Dean’s run out at non-strikers end recently, the debate around spirit of cricket has become a hot topic for a while. England red-ball captain Ben Stokes, too has joined the party, posting a series of noisy replies to Harsha Bhogle’s views around the run outs at the non-strikers’ end. A Charlie Dean run-out … Read more

No excuse for batters leaving crease early unfairly, weighs in Ian Bishop on the mankad debate

Ian Bishop has expressed support for dismissals by mankad stating that batsmen need to be taught to stay in their crease and cannot be excused for taking off early. He went on to cite the examples of Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson as great ambassadors of the art of running between wickets. The debates around … Read more