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Charlotte Edwards looking forward to battle with Suzie Bates

Charlotte Edwards is relishing locking horns with a former team-mate Suzie Bates when England women tour New Zealand next month. Edwards and White Ferns opposite number Suzie Bates both played state cricket for Western Fury this winter in the Australian Women’s National Cricket League and Twenty20, the latter a competition that England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor is

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Next generation fast bowlers set for South Africa training camps

Sixteen young England fast bowlers from across the men’s and women’s development programmes will travel to the High Performance Institute of Sport in Potchefstroom in the next month to take part in intensive skill based and strength and conditioning training camps. First to arrive in Potchefstroom, a mixture of high potential seam bowlers from the England

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Grundy and Marsh return to bolster England’s spin options

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the England women’s touring party for the five-match One-Day International (ODI) and three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series in New Zealand next month. Charlotte Edwards (Kent) will captain a 15-player squad, which includes left-arm spinner Rebecca Grundy (Warwickshire) and Kent’s off-spinning all-rounder Laura Marsh, as they both

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What’s next for our Cricket team?

The England cricket team have plenty to look forward to over the next 12 months. This is what is on the agenda for Charlotte Edwards and her team. Tour of New Zealand England Women have an important trip to New Zealand in February, with the first stage of the tour vital in their quest to climb the International

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Kate Cross looking for England to climb table

Kate Cross has highlighted the importance a successful tour to New Zealand can have on England’s position in the International Cricket Council Women’s Championship. Charlotte Edwards’ side currently sit fourth in the table, with two wins and a washout from three matches, seven points off leaders Australia, who have played three games more. They continue

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Kate Cross working hard this winter

England International Kate Cross talks through her training regime this winter… We have had a relatively quiet winter. We have got only one tour and that is to New Zealand in February. It has been really nice to have some time to train and not have the pressure of preparing for a tour.  Last winter

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Girls dominate Lancashire programme

Nine girls aged between 15 and 18 have been selected on Lancashire’s emerging players programme for 2015.  Along with seven boys, Georgia Holmes, Nalisha Patel, Rachel Dickinson, Hannah Jones, Eleanor Threlkeld, Shachi Pai, Laura Jackson, Erin Staunton-Turner and Lucy Staunton-Turner have all impressed during different programmes at Emirates Old Trafford. The 16 players will now

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