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Defending Champions ‘Vipers’ See-Off ‘Diamonds’

‘Southern Vipers Women’ vs ‘Northern Diamonds W’ at Northampton on 25 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – final) Skipper Adams’ 4-fer ‘Was Not Part Of The Plan’ Receiving the trophy for the second successive year, ‘Vipers’’ skipper Georgia Adams (4/35) told viewers that taking 4 ‘Diamonds’’ wickets ‘was not part of her team’s bowling plan.’

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Knight’s Night – England achieve highest run chase

England Women vs New Zealand W ‘White Ferns’ 4th ODI at Derby on 23rd September It was skipper Heather Knight’s night. Scoring her 23rd ‘fifty’ and 2nd ‘ton’ in ODI, Knight took her team within a whisker of chasing down England Women’s highest ever run-chase. Success clinched the series with one game-in-hand. Earlier, skipper Sophie

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Sharper ‘Diamonds’ Eliminate ‘Sparks’ To Play ‘Vipers’ In Final

‘Northern Diamonds Women’ vs ‘Central Sparks W’ at Scarborough on 22 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – Semi-Final Eliminator) History often repeats itself. Firstly, ‘Diamonds’ knocked ‘Sparks’ out of last year’s semi-final eliminator, to play ‘Vipers in the final.’ Secondly, less than a month ago, ‘SE Stars’ knocked out ‘Sparks’ from of this year’s ‘Charlotte

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‘White Ferns’ Beat England To Keep ODI Series Alive

England Women vs New Zealand W 3rd ODI at Leicester on 21st September Receiving POTM ‘Royal London’ medal, ‘Ferns’ Maddy Green hit top score 70*not out, also chalking-up her 1st international ‘fifty.’ Green told Charles Dagnall that she had had to see things through (to a conclusive end.) Winning skipper Sophie Devine told Dagnall that her ‘White Ferns’

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England Women vs New Zealand W 2nd ODI

Receiving POTM ‘Royal London’ medal for her match-winning 63* runs (from 72 balls), and record-breaking last wicket stand with Tash Farrant (adding 51 runs); Danni Wyatt agreed with Charles Dagnall she’d had quite a day. Before the match, Wyatt was congratulated on her 200th international appearance for England across all formats – the 7th English

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5-fer For Thunder’s Hannah Jones

‘SE Stars Women’ vs ‘Thunder -W’ at Beckenham on 18 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 7) Weather was mild for mid-September (20C) As neither team could progress beyond the group stage, the match was a dead rubber and a chance to try out new players assigned to England’s winter training academy. ‘Stars’ were

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Sophie Luff Storms To Career-Best 157 not out

‘Western Storm Women’ vs ‘Sunrisers’ at Bristol on 18 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 7) Making top score of the day, ‘Storm’ skipper Sophie Luff (157* runs from 142 balls) staged four decisive partnerships. *Firstly, with opener Fi Morris, Luff saw ‘Storm’ through the power-play (47/1); following which Morris was caught by Sonali

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