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Fran Wilson called-up to England squad for Kia Women’s Ashes Test

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the England women’s squad for the standalone Kia Women’s Ashes Test match, which is due to get underway at the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence (Canterbury) next Tuesday (11th – 14th August). The 14-strong squad features just one change from the squad that played in the three

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Beaumont to captain EWA squad in 2-day match against Australia

Tammy Beaumont to captain England Women’s Academy squad in 2-day match against Australia women The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced a 13-player England Women’s Academy (EWA) squad to play a one-off 2-day match against Australia women on Saturday 1st – Sunday 2nd August, at the National Cricket Performance Centre in Loughborough. Three

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Kate Cross signs for Brisbane Heat

England Women’s and LCB Thunder’s Kate Cross (pictured above with England Captain Charlotte Edwards) has signed for Brisbane Heat to compete in the inaugural Women’s Big Bash League in Australia. Kate along with Lauren Winfield (England Women and Yorkshire Women captain), will be the Heat’s inaugural international recruits for the new T20 league in the

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Australia take the lead

England women v Australia women – 3rd Royal London Women’s Ashes One-Day International, New Road, Worcester England will have to come from behind if they are to retain the Women’s Ashes after Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry combined to secure a comfortable Australia victory in the last of the three-match Royal London ODI series in

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Abandoned 3rd Women’s Ashes ODI to be played tomorrow

England women v Australia women – 3rd Royal London Women’s Ashes One-Day International, New Road, Worcester – reserve day information  As a result of heavy rainfall in Worcester today the 3rd Royal London Women’s One-Day International between England and Australia was abandoned, and will now be played in its entirety tomorrow, Monday 27th July, at New

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The Southern Stars level the Ashes Series

England women v Australia women – 2nd Royal London Women’s Ashes One-Day International, Bristol County Ground Australia skipper Meg Lanning struck her sixth one-day international century as the tourists set England a target of 260 to win the second Royal London match of the Women’s Ashes series. England captain Charlotte Edwards put Australia in to bat

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England win by 4 wickets in 1st Ashes ODI

England women secure 2 Women’s Ashes points and 2 ICC Women’s Championship points England made a winning start to the Women’s Ashes Series as Natalie Sciver and Lydia Greenway’s brilliant partnership helped set up a four-wicket victory. Sciver and Greenway put on 122 to help England recover from 80 for four as they chased Australia’s

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