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ICC Women's World Cup: India defeat England by 35 runs

[India], June 24 (ANI): The Indian women's cricket team launched their campaign at the ICC Women's World Cup at Derby today with a 35-run win over England.
Sify Also reported by •All India Radio

Women's World Cup: Twitter hails Mithali Raj and Co after they thrash England

The Women in Blue are off to a resounding start in their ICC Women's World Cup 2017 campaign.
DNA

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Cricket legends react as India thump England in Women&#039;s World Cup opener

India skipper Mithali Raj became the first player in Women's ODIs to score seven consecutive fifty-plus scores.
Zee News

Mexico 2, Russia 1: Mexico Eliminates Host Russia From Confederations Cup

The winners secured a place in the semifinals of the World Cup warm-up tournament, and Portugal also advanced after beating New Zealand.
NYTimes.com

Highlights: England women fall short in valiant run chase

highlights: england women fall short in valiant run chase
Watch highlights as England fall short of their highest ODI chase, losing by 35 runs to India in their opening Women's World Cup match in Derby.
BBC Sport

Women's World Cup 2017: England fall short in valiant run chase against India

women's world cup 2017: england fall short in valiant run chase against india
Watch highlights as England fall short of their highest ODI chase, losing by 35 runs to India in their opening Women's World Cup match in Derby.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Sport

Mithali Raj reveals why she was reading a book before her record-breaking innings

The Indian women's cricket team kicked off their ICC World Cup 2017 campaign on Saturday with a comfortable win over hosts England. While fans were curious to see how the Indian eves fared on the..
DNA

Women's World Cup 2017: New Zealand thrash Sri Lanka in Bristol

women's world cup 2017: new zealand thrash sri lanka in bristol
New Zealand thrash Sri Lanka by nine wickets in Bristol on the opening day of the 2017 Women's World Cup.
BBC Sport Also reported by •BBC Local News

Skipper says England will bounce back from poor start in Women's...

skipper says england will bounce back from poor start in women's...
CAPTAIN Heather Knight knows her side cannot afford to make another poor start against Pakistan on Tuesday after England lost their opening match in the group stages of the Women's World Cup.England..
Derby Telegraph

India punish England to win by 35 runs in Women's World Cup encounter

England 'disappointed' not to clinch run chase that would have been second-highest in a women's one-day game
Independent

England loss at Women's World Cup cricket

India have scored the sixth-highest ODI total in their history on the way to defeating hosts England on the opening day of cricket's Women's World Cup.
SBS

Mexico 2-1 Russia: Akinfeev embarrassed as hosts crash out

mexico 2-1 russia: akinfeev embarrassed as hosts crash out
Russia's hopes of putting on a good show at their home World Cup next summer may not be derailed by hooligans or infrastructure problems, but by a lack of a competitive team.
MailOnline

Mexico beats Russia to advance to Confederations Cup semfinal

Host nation Russia fought valiantly but could not avoid early elimination at the Confederations Cup after a 2-1 loss to Mexico on Saturday in Kazan, a result that secured the Mexicans a place in the..
L.A. Times

Women's World Cup: Skipper Mithali Raj credits openers and spinners for win against England

'It was a brilliant match. Credit to India, they outplayed us,' says England captain Heather Knight.
DNA


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