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Women’s red-ball cricket to return after six years

Women’s red-ball cricket  to return after six years

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New Delhi, March 1

Women’s red-ball cricket is set to return to India’s domestic calendar after six years as the BCCI will conduct a senior inter-zonal tournament in Pune starting March 28. The tournament will feature six teams, representing East, West, North, South, Central and Northeast zones.

The matches will be played across three days each, which is a day more than the two-day games played in the 2018 season.

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