Source: Bruce Perkins

Unpredictability over? – Lightning v Thunder

When Loughborough Lightning beat Lancashire Thunder by a whacking 9 wickets at Haslegrave, they opened up a margin of 12 points over their nearest rival, Surrey Stars. The table-toppers Western Storm have a 2-point advantage over them after seven rounds. The competition has been characterised by its unpredictability. But as we move into its final

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Source: Western Storm

Western Storm Join Forces With Advanced Certification

KIA Super League Champions 2017 Western Storm have forged a new partnership in 2018. Western Storm have announced that they have joined forces with Advanced Certification. Formed in 2014 and based in Portishead, Advanced Certification are a UKAS Accredited Conformity Assessment Body covering Quality, Environmental and Health and Safety Management System Certifications and they work

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Source: Loughborough Lightning

Lightning edge Vipers in Kia Super League thriller

Loughborough Lightning continued their outstanding run of form in the 2018 Kia Super League, player of the match Elyse Villani hitting a six with the third last ball of the game to clinch victory. Vipers were much improved from their previous five outings, a measured batting performance seeing them set an extremely strong 172/6 target

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Source: Bruce Perkins

Kia Super League Round 6

Lightning v Vipers August 4 – Haslegrave, Loughborough Your colour-coding for this week is purple with blush-pink. Deckchairs are set out around the ground alternately in these colours. You take your pick, look up and there are the home team striding out wearing a purple shirt and blush-pink caps. We are at the delightful Haslegrave ground

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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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