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England Women’s Academy square the series in Dubai

Georgia Elwiss continued her fine form with an impressive all-round display to help England Women’s Academy bounce back from yesterday’s defeat to Australia Women Shooting Stars with a 26-run victory at the International Cricket Council Academy in Dubai. The 23-year-old followed up yesterday’s century with an unbeaten 65 off 42 balls, including nine fours and one six, before

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Heather Knight wins Australian T20 Award

Heather Knight’s decision to travel to Tasmania and ply her craft for the Tasmanian Roar during the winter months has proved to be a wise one.  Not only has she picked up invaluable experience, the International all-rounder has also been named WT20 player of the year in Australia for her fine performances for the club.

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England cricketers set for Sri Lanka batting and spin bowling training camp

Twelve players from across the England women’s cricket pathway will travel to Sri Lanka next month to take part in an intensive twelve-day batting and spin bowling development camp in Colombo. England women’s vice-captain Heather Knight (Berkshire) is one of eight players, included in the group, who is currently part of the full England Women’s

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Lauren Winfield ruled out of England Women’s Academy Dubai tour

Injury has forced Yorkshire’s Lauren Winfield out of the England Women’s Academy (EWA) squad to play against Australia women’s Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars in Dubai next month.  The top order batsman strained her left quadricep muscle during England women’s recent tour to New Zealand, and has not fully recovered in time for the tour, which

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England Women’s Academy squad announced for tour against Australia

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced a 14-player England Women’s Academy (EWA) squad to play four 50-over matches and two Twenty20s against their Australian equivalents – the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars – in the UAE next month. Kent’s Tammy Beaumont will lead an experienced EWA touring party, which includes Lauren Winfield (Yorkshire) and

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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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