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Charlotte Edwards receives her CBE

England’s iconic cricket captain, Charlotte Edwards, was today presented with a CBE by the Queen at Windsor Castle. Charlotte Edwards is the only female cricketer to score more than 2,000 runs in T20 cricket and has scored almost 6,000 runs in ODIs, and she captained the England side for the 200th time during the successful

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LCB Women’s Team have new brand name

A brand new logo has been designed and in years to come this will become the main logo for the team. As Women’s cricket moves forward creating more media interest and raising its profile it was felt that LCB needed to stay ahead of the game with their Senior Women’s side. This branding will hopefully

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ECB and Kia shortlisted for prestigious award

ECB and Kia partnership shortlisted for prestigious Women’s Sport Trust award To vote for Kia’s ground-breaking sponsorship of the England women’s cricket team to win “Sponsorship of the Year” at the WST #BeAGameChanger Awards. The Women’s Sport Trust (WST) has today announced that Kia Motors (UK) Ltd pioneering sponsorship deal as the official car of

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England’s Academy edged out in Dubai

England Women’s Academy went down 2-1 in their one-day international series against Australia Women Shooting Stars, who edged home by two wickets in the third match at the International Cricket Council Academy in Dubai. After Saturday’s heroics which levelled the series, Georgia Elwiss again played a starring role for EWA scoring 50 off just 39

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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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