ICC urges higher pay to stop women leaving game – Times of India

October 12, 2017
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Times of India
NEW DELHI: A top ICC official has urged cricket bodies around the world to follow Australia’s lead and dramatically raise wages for women’s players to stop them dropping out of the sport. Clare Connor, the former England captain who now heads the …
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