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Middlesex win at the Oval

Middlesex women won the first ever Pemberton Greenish London Cup, beating Surrey by 26 runs, at the Kia Oval on Monday evening.  The Cup match began at 5.30pm; Surrey won the toss and put Middlesex in to bat. Despite getting off to a poor start and losing a wicket off the second ball, Middlesex batted steadily

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Charlotte Edwards named England Women’s Cricketer of Year 2014-2015

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced that Joe Root and Charlotte Edwards have been named, respectively, as the England Men’s and England Women’s Cricketer of the Year for 2014-2015.   Lancashire and England Under-19s right-arm seamer Saqib Mahmood won the England Development Programme Cricketer of the Year award, while the England Disability

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Source: Don Miles

England finish spin camp on a high

Georgia Elwiss starred with bat and ball as the tourists made it three wins from three over Sri Lanka A to end the England women spin camp in Colombo on a high. Two Elwiss wickets and three for the in-form Dani Wyatt restricted the hosts to 183 all out in 48.4 overs. Elwiss and Katherine

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England women’s players set for Royal London One-Day cup

England women’s players set for Royal London Women’s One-Day cup action this weekend. Kent’s Charlotte Edwards bids for record seventh county title, as other counties seek to break Kent and Sussex’s stranglehold on 50-over competition. England and Kent CCC women’s captain, Charlotte Edwards, will be bidding to record a record-breaking seventh women’s county championship title

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Source: Sussex CCC

Sussex coaching in Guernsey

Charlotte Burton, Sussex WCA Director of Cricket and SCB Women and Girls Development Officer together with Sarah Taylor (Sussex & England), Georgia Adams (Sussex and England Academy) and former Sussex and England player, Charlotte Russell recently spent 3 days in Guernsey coaching the Guernsey Women’s team.  They also spent time on two of the days coaching 25 girls. Source:

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