Source: Julian Thompson

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 2024 – match 2

Northern Diamonds vs North West Thunder at Chester-le-Street, Co Durham (Seat Unique Riverside) on 20 April (10h30) Katie Levick (pictured) chalked-up her first 4-fer of the season, that included 2 ‘leg-before’ decisions. Katie Levick’s previous 4-fer (in last year’s contest) included 3 ‘leg-before’ against the same team (13/9/03.) Playing against some of the ‘most experienced’ players in the competition in their Roses derby, Thunder

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Source: Julian Thompson

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 2024 – match 3

Central Sparks vs The Blaze at Birmingham (Edgbaston Stadium) on April 20 (10h30)  Skipper Eve Jones was ‘chuffed,’ for Sparks inaugural win, beating Blaze for the first time at 50 overs. Commentators highlighted Sparks’ previous history of ‘dropped catches’ that for them, overshadowed this Midlands derby. Electing to bat first on a ‘tricky pitch’ Blaze’s Nadine de

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Source: Julian Thompson

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 2024 – match 4

South East Stars vs Southern Vipers (Beckenham, Kent County Ground) on April 20 (10h30) Keenly contested high-scoring match, Stars beating Vipers (as 3 times defending champions): hitting their run-chase target by a wafer-thin margin. Put in to bat, Vipers chalked-up a defendable score, their openers banking 80 runs between EllaMcCaughan and Australian Charli Knott. By contrast, Stars openers achieved a record

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Source: Julian Thompson

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 2024 – match 1

Western Storm vs Sunrisers at Cardiff (Sophia Gardens) on April 20 (10h30) Sunrisers chalked-up their fifth consecutive win at fifty overs, although on this occasion both sides played just over thirty overs apiece. Key to Sunrisers’ victory were two 3-fers: from seamer Nicola Hancock (Australian on short-term contract); also from leg-spinner Jodi Grewcock (England u19s – just returned

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Source: ECB

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy fixtures

Women’s ‘Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy’ Cricket Tournament (for 50 overs) returns on April 20 Fixtures for 2024 are listed below, arranged by venue. Six fixtures will be played during April and May, with the competition resuming at the end of June; and running until September:- *Arundel (Sussex), at the Castle Cricket Ground Bank Holiday Monday, August

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Source: Julian Thompson

Charlotte Edwards Cup 2024 fixtures

Women’s ‘The Charlotte Edwards Cup’ (for 20 overs) Cricket Tournament fixtures arranged by venue for Summer 2024 *Arundel, The Castle Cricket Ground (West Sussex) Bank Holiday Monday, May 27 *14h30: Southern Vipers vs Sunrisers (match 12); *Beckenham, The County Ground (Kent) Friday, May 24 *14h30: South East Stars vs North West Thunder (match 7); Bank

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