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Lightning too strong for Diamonds

Loughborough Lightning Cricket played in front of a home crowd for the first time in almost year, putting on an entertaining display for the 600 strong crowd who’d come out to support to get the better of Yorkshire Diamonds. This result makes it three wins from four for Rob Taylor’s side, putting them in a

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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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Rainbow Laces returns

After the success of last year’s inaugural Rainbow Laces campaign ECB and the cricket family will once again lace up this weekend to celebrate lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) players and fans at every level of cricket. For the second year in succession ECB has joined forces with LGBT equality charity Stonewall to bring

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Kia Super League 2018 Fixtures and Results

Here are the Kia Super League 2018 Fixtures and Results Sunday 22 July 2018 Surrey Stars v Southern Vipers –  Vipers win by. 7 wickets Lancashire Thunder v Loughborough Lightning – Lightning win by 6 wickets Western Storm v Yorkshire Diamonds – Storm win by 7 wickets Wednesday 25th July 2018 Southern Vipers v Loughborough

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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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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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Sophie Devine takes New Zealand to consolation win

A brilliant hundred from New Zealand’s Sophie Devine took the White Ferns to a four-wicket win in the final Royal London ODI at Leicester. Set 220 to win after England collapsed from 156/2 to 219 all out, Devine marshaled her side’s chase perfectly to take the visitors to victory and leave the series at 2-1

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