INDW U-19 v ENGW U-19, Final: Here is all you need to know about the final of the U-19 Women’s World Cup between India and England, happening in Potchefstroom.
England 68 all out, India 69-3; India won by seven wicketsShafali Verma leads batting charge after England collapseEngland fell at the last hurdle as India eased to victory in the final of the inaugural Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup on Sunday in South Africa.Grace Scrivens’ youngsters had successfully defended 100 to beat Australia in a dramatic semi-final, but could not repeat the trick in Potchefstroom. Put into bat first, they set their opponents a meagre target of 69 with Ryana...
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated the Indian team for its "special win" as it bagged its maiden ICC title in women's cricket by lifting the inaugural U-19 T20 World Cup. "Congratulations to the Indian Team for a special win They have played excellent cricket and their success will inspire several upcoming cricketers. Best wishes to the team for their future endeavours," he tweeted.
India vs England U19 Women's World Cup Final: IND def. ENG in Potchefstroom.
Clare Hunt the only uncapped name in latest squadRegulars Kyah Simon and Ellie Carpenter remain sidelined After naming his squad for the upcoming Cup of Nations, Matildas coach Tony Gustavsson says Australia will use the upcoming tournament as a dress rehearsal for the World Cup later this year.Australia open the three-round competition against Czechia – formerly the Czech Republic – in Gosford on 16 February before games with Spain and Jamaica in quick succession. Continue reading