Source: Lancashire Thunder

KSL update on games played on 31 July 2018

Here is an update on KSL games played on Tuesday 31 July. Surrey Stars v Lancashire Thunder Surrey Stars’ move back to the Oval and the TV cameras from Guildford was a switch from yellow to green. Somehow grass in SE11 had not lost its traditional colour to the prolonged drought. They faced Lancashire Thunder

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Source: David Crawford / www.stillsport.com

Kia Super League 28th and 29th July 2018

KSL Games played over the weekend 28-29 July 2018 Two odd events took place on the last weekend of July: rain fell, causing the Stars-Diamonds game at Guildford to be called off (a long, long coach journey for nothing for the White Roses); and a 6-over farce at Taunton, where Lightning were the visitors. For

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Source: David Crawford / www.stillsport.com

KIA Super League Round up 27 July 2018

Vipers v Lightning – Ageas Bowl 25 July 2018 Snakes bitten ‘This is the strongest batting line-up in the league’ (Wyatt, Bates, Beaumont, du Preez) said the pundits of the Vipers; so of course they flopped – Wyatt, Bates and du Preez totalled 20 between them. This accepted wisdom ignored the facts that Wyatt has had

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Source: Bruce Perkins

First Round Kia Super League 2018

Here is a round up of the first Round of the Kia Super League 2018: Surrey Stars v Southern Vipers Amid a modest blare of trumpets the third and potentially last season on the Kia got under way  at Southport, Taunton and Guildford. Attempts had been made to even up the playing strength of the

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Source: ECB

The International Season 2018 – A Review

It has been a breathless summer for England’s women cricketers. Almost unbroken sunshine is fine for sprawling spectators; not so much fun for labouring fielders and bowlers. A carefully choreographed campaign involved two visiting nations, South Africa and New Zealand. At stake were points in the new World Series, world rankings and team and personal

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Source: ECB

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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