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England Women Announce Squad For Pakistan Tour

England Women have confirmed their squad for their December tour of Malaysia, where they’ll play Pakistan in three ODIs and three IT20s. There is a first call-up for Worcestershire leg-spinner Sarah Glenn, who impressed in last season’s Kia Super League for Loughborough Lightning, while youngster Mady Villiers retains her place from the summer. Sussex seamer Freya

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Finch and Winfield to lead the Northern Superchargers

Northern Superchargers today announced Aaron Finch and Lauren Winfield as their men’s and women’s team captains for the inaugural season of The Hundred. Australia’s white ball captain Aaron Finch will lead a star-studded Superchargers side including his compatriot Chris Lynn and England stars Ben Stokes, Ben Foakes, Adil Rashid and David Willey. Men’s team Head

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Eight marquee players announced in The Hundred

Eight new women’s teams in The Hundred have each announced the signing of a marquee player live from The Hundred Draft. Australia skipper Meg Lanning will join her international coach Matthew Mott at Welsh Fire, whilst South Africa’s Lizelle Lee will head to Manchester Originals. England’s Tammy Beaumont will join her international captain Heather Knight

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Alex Hartley’s Central Contract Will Not Be Renewed

Lancashire left-arm spinner Alex Hartley will not have her England Women Central Contract renewed when her current terms run out in January. Hartley was informed earlier this month. The full list of England Women Central Contracts for the contract year commencing January 2020 will be released later this year. Interim Head Coach, Ali Maiden, said: “Alex is undoubtedly

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ECB Launches New Plan To Transform Women’s And Girls’ Cricket

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today (8th October) launched its action plan to transform women’s and girls’ cricket with the fundamental goal of making cricket a gender-balanced sport. Transforming women’s and girls’ cricket is one of six priorities within ECB’s ‘Inspiring Generations’ strategy for 2020-2024. An unprecedented £20m of funding will be

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England Cricket stars align for The Hundred

England men’s and women’s World Cup winning players, including Joe Root, Heather Knight, Ben Stokes, Nat Sciver and Jofra Archer, have officially been selected for the eight new teams in 100 ball cricket competition, The Hundred. For the men’s competition, England Test captain Joe Root has joined Trent Rockets while England’s star bowler of the

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