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England romp to Tri-Nations win

The Vitality Tri-Nation series was completed with a single T20 match between England and New Zealand at Chelmsford on Sunday 1 July. If the result looked like a foregone conclusion – the home team romping home by 7 wickets to record their 13th win against this opposition – all three nations can draw valuable lessons

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So near and yet so far for Kent Women

The Women’s cricket season reached an early climax on July 1 as the last round of the Vitality T20 was played out in broiling heat. Kent needed a whole set of results to go their way to finish top of Division One. It didn’t help their cause that one of their rivals for the big

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England give Notice

The Vitality Tri-Nations series moved to Bristol for the third of the double-headers, but kept the same blissful weather enjoyed at Taunton. It was the White Ferns turn to appear twice. They saw off the Proteas with comparative ease, ensuring themselves and England of a place in the final at Chelmsford the following Sunday. It

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The Vitality IT20 Tri-Series Update

The Vitality IT20 Tri-Series involves England, New Zealand and South Africa, competing in three sets of double headers during June 2018. The format requires each side in turn to play two Twenty/20 games on the same day. The opening pair of matches at Taunton offered the expected results, if not their overwhelming margins. Against South

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South Africa challenge England’s ODI domination

Guest writer Bruce Perkins gives his view of England’s ODI series against South Africa – let us know what you think. The Three Royal London ODIs June 2018 South Africa’s Proteas were really looking forward to their tour of England to play three ODIs in the International Women’s Challenge in June. A glance at the

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Cricket wallops Flash Floods

The Royal London One-Day Cup, Round 6 With only one round left to play, the top three positions remain as before: Hampshire 1st, Yorkshire 2nd, Kent 3rd. When Hampshire lost by 5 runs to Yorkshire last week, none of the eight sides were left unbeaten. With dramatic floods hitting certain parts of the kingdom this

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Middlesex find form against Kent

Kent came to the lovely Mill Hill School Ground on 13 May hoping to continue their fine start to the season against a Middlesex side determined to put a 10-wicket defeat by Lancashire firmly behind them. Since Kent had beaten the Red Roses by 9 wickets the next day, everyone knew what the outcome would

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Kent Women get One-Day Cup season off to great start

Kent Women got their Royal London One-Day Cup season off to the best possible start by defeating Yorkshire and Lancashire, the current champions, over a sun-drenched weekend at Beckenham. The margins, 8 wickets, then 9 wickets, hint at the encouragement these displays will give the squad for the rest of a demanding season. Tammy Beaumont

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