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    Pakistan stuns India to win Champions trophy 2017

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    Pakistan nearly missed out on qualification for the Champions Trophy altogether and began their campaign with a heavy loss to arch rivals India. But then victories over world No. 1 South Africa, Sri Lanka and hosts England set up a tantalising re-match against India in the Final at The Oval. Not to be denied on this occasion, Pakistan set an imposing total of 338, led by a century to Fakhar Zaman before Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali combined to bowl India out for 158 to deliver an unlikely but memorable triumph.

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    England and India cap a ground-breaking Women’s World Cup at a sold-out Lord’s

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    The Women’s World Cup began with a bang, as India upset the hosts. It ended with the same two teams, but this time, it was Heather Knight's England team in raptures at a pulsating, sold-out Lord's. In a seesawing match that had fans on the very edge of their seats, England posted 228 despite a fearsome three-wicket spell by Jhulan Goswami. Punam Raut’s 86 had India on their way to victory before Anya Shrubsole broke Indian hearts by stealing the show, and the World Cup, with six wickets to cap a record-breaking tournament.

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    Ireland and Afghanistan earn Test status as Full Members of the ICC

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    We've seen Ireland and Afghanistan pull off some stunning results. On the world's biggest stages, no less. Just ask Pakistan's 2007 World Cup team. Or The West Indies' 2016 World T20 team. But, after ticking those limited-overs boxes, they wanted more and on June 22, their dream was realised as the International Cricket Council announced they would become the newest Test nations, which had cricket fans in the two countries, and the rest of the globe, rejoicing.

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    The Netherlands win World Cricket League Championship to book the 13th and final spot in new ODI league

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    There was exhilaration and excitement as the world welcomed its newest ODI member. The Netherlands dominated the ICC World Cricket League Championship, winning 10 out of its 14 games to claim the 13th position in the league. This means that it will now play 24 ODIs against Full Members from 2020-22 for 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup qualification. Having lost ODI status three years ago, this marks a big leap forward for Dutch cricket.

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