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Charlotte Edwards opens new cricket centre in Brighton

Former England captain Charlotte Edwards CBE was guest of honour at the opening of the Sir Rod Aldridge Cricket Centre last night. Charlotte, who retired from international cricket recently, was the first player, either male or female, to score 2500 runs in T20 internationals. She led England on 220 occasions, during which time the side

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End of an era as Charlotte Edwards retires from international cricket

England women’s captain, Charlotte Edwards, has announced her retirement from international cricket with immediate effect. The 36-year-old batsman made her international debut as a 16-year-old in 1996, and during a 20-year career with England has made more international appearances than any other female cricketer in the history of the game, amassing 23 Test Match caps,

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