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THE HISTORY OF WOMEN IN NZ CRICKET
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The 1993 Women’s Cricket World Cup
After a five-year gap, the Women’s Cricket World Cup was again contested in 1993, returning to England where the tournament began 20 years earlier. As...
The 1988 Women’s Cricket World Cup
Australia won the 1978 and 1982 Women’s Cricket World Cups and had every right to be confident about completing their hat-trick as the tournament...
The 1982 Women’s Cricket World Cup
The 1982 Women's Cricket World Cup saw the tournament head to New Zealand first time. Although the International Women's Cricket Council took a more...
The 1978 Women’s Cricket World Cup
The success of the 1973 Women's Cricket World Cup helped prove the concept was viable, driving the creation of a men's tournament in 1975....
The 1973 Women’s Cricket World Cup
It was women after all, who staged the first ever Cricket World Cup - an idea born out of a few after-dinner brandies on...
The Backyard Leader: Ruth Martin
“ took a catch out of the sun and it hit her in the eye and she had to go off. I remember them...
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