Suzie Bates

  • Charlotte Edwards to lead World T20 XI for second time April 7, 2014

    Dhaka: Finalists England and Australia contributed a total of six players to the ICC World T20 2014 women's team of the tournament, which was announced here on Monday, with England's Charlotte Edwards named captain for the second consecutive time. Chosen by a select group of experts, the team was selected for...
  • No Indian in ICC Women's WC team of the tournament February 18, 2013

    Mumbai: Not a single Indian cricketer featured in the ICC Women's World Cup team of the tournament even as players from Australia and England dominated the list announced here on Monday. Sri Lanka's Eshani Kaushalya was the lone Asian representative in the team. Finalists Australia and West Indies contributed a total...
  • England Women beat NZ by 15 runs in final Super Six stage February 13, 2013

    Mumbai: Defending champions England earned a hard-fought 15-run victory over New Zealand in their inconsequential Super Six match at the ICC Women's cricket World Cup here Wednesday. Defending champions England and last edition's runners-up New Zealand were knocked out of the tournament after West Indies upstaged Australia in an earlier...
  • Australia, NZ face off to decide group topper February 4, 2013

    Cuttack: Already through to the Super Six stage, Australia and New Zealand will lock horns to decide the Group B topper in a mouth-watering ICC Women's World Cup match here Tuesday. New Zealand, the 2000 edition champions, have already made their intentions clear by notching up two consecutive wins --...
  • New Zealand thrash Pakistan by seven wickets February 3, 2013

    Cuttack: A maiden five-wicket haul by Rachel Candy helped New Zealand thrash Pakistan by seven wickets and ensure a place in the Super Six, in the ICC Women's World Cup league match, here Sunday. The 26-year-old Candy (5/16) was the star for White Ferns as they shot out Pakistan...
  • New Zealand name squad for Women's WC January 2, 2013

    Auckland: New Zealand have recalled the experienced Sophie Devine and the talented Kate Broadmore to a 15-member cricket squad for the upcoming ICC Women's World Cup in India. Opener Suzie Bates will again captain the Black Caps who were losing finalists at the last edition in Australia four years ago,...