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Edwards leads England to T20 series win

It was no fairytale half-century for Charlotte Edwards in her 200th game as captain of England, but it was a victory by five wickets as England chased down the White Ferns’ score of 97 for nine with eight balls to spare. It was Edwards’ 60th Twenty20 international victory as captain in the 82 games she

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Charlotte Edwards sets new 200-match milestone as England captain

Current England team-mates come together to reflect on their favourite Charlotte Edwards moments, innings and phrases Charlotte Edwards reflects on her time so far as England captain. England women’s captain Charlotte Edwards has last night led her country for the 200th time in international cricket.  Edwards officially took over the captaincy from former England team-mate, captain

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White Ferns level T20 series

Sophie Devine smashed 29 off 20 deliveries to help New Zealand women level the three-match Twenty20 international series against England with a six-wicket victory at the Cobham Oval in Whangarei.   The 25-year-old’s innings was the decisive one for the White Ferns, but the win had been set up by openers Rachel Priest and Suzie Bates.

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England give New Zealand a lesson in the first T20

New Zealand women v England women – 1st Twenty20 International, Cobham Oval, Whangarei New Zealand women won the toss and elected to bat New Zealand women – 60 (Erin Bermingham 20, Anya Shrubsole 3-6, Heather Knight 3-10) 19.4 overs England women – 61-2 (Charlotte Edwards 32*, Sarah Taylor 16, Erin Bermingham 1-12, Georgia Guy 1-21)

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Priest and Satterthwaite inspire White Ferns

Rachel Priest and Amy Satterthwaite shared an unbroken second-wicket stand of 156 to lead New Zealand women to victory over England in the third ICC Women’s Championship one-day international. Player of the match Priest finished four runs short of a century and Sattherthwaite struck an unbeaten 76 to take the White Ferns, chasing 219, home with

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Shrubsole and Brunt shine in demolition of the White Ferns

Second women’s one-day international, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui England 194 all out (49.2 overs):Edwards 65, Taylor 45, Shrubsole 4-36 New Zealand 104 (36.1 overs): Peterson 21, Peterson 4-25 England won by 90 runs and take two ICC Championship points – Charlotte Edwards Player of the Match Anya Shrubsole and Katherine Brunt blew New Zealand women away

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Suzie Bates leads from the front

New Zealand draw first blood as a captain’s century from Suzie Bates broke New Zealand’s duck in the ICC Women’s Championship as England were beaten by 67 runs in the first of three games between these teams that count towards the Championship. Bates’ 106 from 113 balls featuring 14 fours, a sixth hundred in her 67

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