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England international Danni Wyatt signs for Sussex

Sussex Women are delighted to announce a major signing ahead of the 2016 season, with the news that England International Danielle Wyatt has joined from Nottinghamshire. The 24 year-old all-rounder, who bowls off-breaks, has been a mainstay of the England women’s one-day sides for the past six years. She has played 36 One-Day Internationals, and

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Kia to sponsor Women’s Cricket Super League

The Women’s Cricket Super League which starts this summer will be named the Kia Super League after the car manufacturer agreed a two-year deal to further support the game as the title sponsor of the competition. The new partnership, which was revealed by the ECB with the central competition logo today, represents the first ever standalone title sponsorship for a

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England women ruthless against Pakistan

England women v Pakistan women – ICC Women’s World T20, MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai England women won the toss and elected to bat England women – 148-5 (Charlotte Edwards 77*, Tammy Beaumont 37, Nida Dar 3-21, Asmavia Iqbal 2-18) 20 overs Pakistan women – 80 (Laura Marsh 3-12, Georgia Elwiss 2-9, Anya Shrubsole 2-16,

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Cook, Compton and Winfield to take part in CricketForce

Alastair Cook, Nick Compton and Lauren Winfield set to play their part in a record-breaking NatWest CricketForce England stars Alastair Cook, Nick Compton and Lauren Winfield (pictured above) will be turning their hands to painting and decorating when this year’s NatWest CricketForce kicks off with a trio of showcase events next week. The England Test captain

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England make it difficult in Dharamsala

England women v India women – ICC Women’s World T20, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala England women won the toss and elected to bowl India women – 90-8 (Heather Knight 3-15, Anya Shrubsole 2-12) 20 overs England women – 92-8 (Etka Bisht 4-21, Harmanpreet Kaur 2-22) 19 overs England women won by 2 wickets

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Laura Marsh replaces injured Danielle Hazell  

Laura Marsh to replace Danielle Hazell in England’s ICC Women’s World Twenty20 squad. Yorkshire off-spinner Danielle Hazell has been ruled out of the remainder of England’s ICC Women’s World Twenty20 campaign, after straining her left calf muscle during the team’s training session in Dharamsala on Monday (21st March).  Hazell, who featured in England’s 36-run win against

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