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Queens rock Kinrara to be crowned Malaysian Super Women champions
  • Subanantha admin
  • 2020-01-02
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The Northern Queens brought the house down at the Kinrara Oval with a last-ball six-wicket win over Eastern Lioness to conclude an exciting final and emerge champions of the inaugural Malaysian Super Women League on Thursday.Adelaide Campion brought an end to five days of non-stop action with a boundary off the final delivery of the innings to help Queens reach 138 for four and overhaul the Lioness total of 135 for one.The Queens owed their victory to their captain Winifred Duraisingam, who led[...]

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New Year's cheer for Lioness, Queens as they set up final showdown
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 2020-01-01
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Eastern Lioness and Northern Queens set up a final showdown at the inaugural Malaysian Super Women League after winning their respective semi-finals in contrasting fashion on New Year's Day at the Kinrara Oval.The Lioness had little trouble in seeing off Southern Jaguars by nine wickets before Queens weathered a storm from the Central Super Girls to win by 31 runs.In Thursday's final at the Kinrara Oval, the Lioness will be looking to avenge their 34-run defeat to Queens in the four-tea[...]

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Lioness roar to the top as Arnold misses out on century
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 2019-12-31
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Samantha Arnold just missed out on the first hundred of the inaugural Malaysian Super Women League as the Eastern Lioness beat Central Super Girls by 44 runs at the Kinrara Oval on Tuesday.The win took the Lioness to the top of the standings at the end of round-robin play with four points from three matches as they edged out Northern Queens on net run-rate.Earlier, Southern Jaguars stunned previously unbeaten Queens by 18 runs to claim their first win in the tournament although they still ended[...]

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Queens reign over Super Girls as Thais rise to the occasion
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 2019-12-30
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Northern Queens remain the only unbeaten side in the inaugural Malaysian Super Women League after defeating Central Super Girls by four wickets for their second win at the Kinrara Oval on Monday.Later, Eastern Lioness bounced back from an opening defeat to the Queens by overcoming Southern Jaguars by 23 runs under the D/L method thanks to a century partnership from Australians Alana Ryan and Samantha Arnold.In the first match of the day, the Queens relied on their twin Thai threat of Thipatcha [...]

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