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Shafali Verma receives Emerging Player award from BBC

Following India's exit at the Women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand, teenage opening batter Shafali Verma had one consolation - she was awarded the Emerging Player of the Year prize at the BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year awards in Delhi. Verma made her international debut for India aged...
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ICC Women T20I Rankings: Shafali Verma regains top spot, Mandhana drops to fourth

Dubai [UAE], January 25 (ANI): Australia captain Meg Lanning and all-rounder Tahlia McGrath have advanced in the ICC Women's T20I Player Rankings after helping their team clinch the three-match home series against England 1-0 with outstanding performances in the first match in Adelaide. The pair was associated in a 144-run...
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Sydney Sixers sign Shafali Verma, Radha Yadav for WBBL

Sydney [Australia], September 27 (ANI): Sydney Sixers on Monday confirmed the signing of Shafali Verma and Radha Yadav for the upcoming Women's Big Bash League (WBBL). At just 17, Verma, who in 2019 became India's youngest ever women's T20 international, is widely considered the best batting talent in the world and currently sits atop the ICC Women's T20I Player Rankings.
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Shafali Verma keeps Phoenix's Hundred hopes alive with Fire win

Welsh Fire 127-9 (100 balls): Smith 38 (36); Gordon 2-30 Birmingham Phoenix 131-0 (76 balls): Verma 76* (42), Jones 52* (35) India's teenage superstar Shafali Verma crunched a rapid half-century in a spellbinding partnership of 131 with Eve Jones as Birmingham Phoenix kept their slim hopes alive with an empathic 10-wicket victory over Welsh Fire in the women's Hundred.
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The Hundred: Shafali Verma leads Birmingham Phoenix to stunning victory over Welsh Fire

India's teenage sensation Shafali Verma compiled an unbeaten 131-run partnership with Eve Jones, as Birmingham Phoenix kept their slender qualification hopes alive with a comprehensive 10-wicket win over Welsh Fire in The Hundred. Phoenix were adrift at the foot of the table heading into Monday's clash, but Verma's stunning 76...
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England v India: Shafali Verma hits five consecutive fours

Watch as Shafali Verma hits five consecutive fours off Katherine Brunt's over in the second T20 international at The 1st Central County Ground between England and India. WATCH: Highlights of England's previous victory over India on BBC iPlayer (UK only)
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England v India: Shafali Verma stars as tourists win to set up decider

India 148-4 (20 overs): Verma 48 (38), Kaur 31 (25) England 140-8 (20 overs): Beaumont 59 (50); Poonam 2-17 India (2pts) won by eight runs; England lead multi-format series 8-6 The multi-format series between England and India started 26 days ago, but we still don't know who is going to...
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India level T20 series after Shafali Verma heroics and England collapse

It’s not coming home. Not yet, at least, as far as England’s women are concerned. In scenes that England’s footballers will hope won’t be repeated at Wembley on Sunday night, England’s cricketers collapsed from a position of strength at Hove to leave the T20 series level and India still in with a chance of levelling the multi-format one, too.
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WBBL07: Indian superstar Shafali Verma hot property as franchises eye off 'absolute gun'

Explosive India batter Shafali Verma is shaping up to be hot property for WBBL clubs as they finalise their squads for the upcoming season. The 17-year-old opener is one of the most exciting batters in women’s international cricket and will be part of India’s squad for the multi-format series in Australia in September and October.
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Shafali Verma shows the way for future female stars of Indian cricket

Just as more people saw Jim Laker whistle out 19 for 90 at Old Trafford and Ian Botham bristle 149 at Headingley than could possibly have fitted in the ground even stacked cheek to jowl and on top of each other, you suspect Bristol County Ground will have been rather fuller in retrospect than it was last week. Not because it was the first time India had played a Test for seven years or because of the cricket itself, which was excellent, but because of the Test debut of a 17-year-old superstar in the making.
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England Women turn screw with follow-on but Shafali Verma leads India fightback

Shafali Verma again showcased her quality with the bat after England enforced the follow on, with India finishing the day 83 for one on a rain-affected day three of the women’s Test at Bristol. Verma looked comfortable at the crease, despite the wind, rain and overcast conditions for the England...
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