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Top Scorer Georgia Elwiss’ Strikes Vipers’ Winning ‘Four’

Thunder v Southern Vipers at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester on June 1 (19h00 – night) Once again Georgia Elwiss (pictured) struck the winning ‘four,’ taking Vipers home by a wide margin, and chalking-up their fifth straight win. Previously at Hove, Thunder barely scored 100 (102) and Vipers won by similar margin. Topping their group’s table,

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Danni Wyatt Strikes 76 For Vipers Fourth Straight Win

Loughborough Lightning v Southern Vipers at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on May 29 (11h00) England’s Danni Wyatt, 76 runs (from 44 balls) hit top-score for Vipers against Loughborough Lightning, to chalk-up their fourth straight win. Charlotte Edwards (as Head Coach at Vipers) looks poised to win her own cup at Finals Day (Northampton) on June 11.

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Stars Turn Tables On Sparks With Aylish Cranstone’s Third ’Fifty’

Central Sparks v South East Stars at Edgbaston, Birmingham on May 29 (18h00) Turning the tables on Stars’ previous 34 run defeat by Sparks at Guildford, Stars played out their full twenty overs, steered home by Aylish Cranstone’s third undefeated ‘fifty’ (with top batting average from three ’not out’s.) After the match, Cranstone told reporters that

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State of Play after Three Rounds of the Charlotte Edwards Cup

*Speaking to BBC Solent Radio after Vipers’ third win, Georgia Elwiss (pictured above) made no secret that the Charlotte Edwards Cup is ‘A Trophy (that) Vipers Really Wanted To Win.’ During post-match interviews, Vipers’ skipper Georgia Adams said that she was playing ‘ten times more cricket’ and her team had ’stepped-up’ their performance. For background,

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Vipers Third Win: Georgia Adams ‘Never Felt Out Of The Game’

Northern Diamonds v Southern Vipers at Chester-le-Street (The Riverside) on May 21 at 14h30 *Vipers elected to bat, back to full-strength: with Tara Norris and Danni Wyatt playing their first Charlotte Edwards Cup match of the season. Diamonds were also beefed-up with three Internationals: Sterre Kalis (NL) rotated for Lauren Winfield-Hill; England’s Katherine Brunt for

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Lauren Bell Best Bowling Figures Give Vipers Second Home Win

Southern Vipers v Loughborough Lightning at Southampton (Ageas Bowl) on May 18 (18h30) Returning career-best bowling figures, Lauren Bell skittled Lightning’s top-order batters, only three of whom made double-figures. By comparison, Vipers lost fewer wickets and five players made double figures. Vipers bowling attack precipitated Lightning’s batting collapse, so that only one player made a

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