Source: ECB

England beat Sri Lanka to claim ODI series 3-0

Half-centuries from Amy Jones and Tammy Beaumont took England to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka in Colombo and saw them claim the series 3-0. On another baking hot day England’s bowlers gave nothing away and the tone was set after two early wickets with the new ball for Kate Cross. Anya Shrubsole and

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England win first ODI In Sri Lanka

England powered their way to a comprehensive victory in the first ODI of their three-match series in Sri Lanka. A brilliant 93 from Nat Sciver – alongside 79 from Amy Jones and 61 from captain Heather Knight – saw England amass 331-7 from their 50 overs, the highest women’s ODI total ever scored in Sri

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Source: Opening Boundaries

Women bowling out gender inequality through cricket

After the success of their tour In Kenya to raise awareness of gender inequality. Opening Boundaries are pleased to announce, they will be touring Barbados in 2019 in a bid to further spread and promote the message of gender equality and peace through sport. Teaming up with Royal Navy Women’s Cricket team, the delegation of

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ECB and Counties reveal #HeathersPride competition

Ahead of a significant international summer for the England Women’s team, including a home Ashes series, ECB is teaming up with the nine First-Class Counties hosting international women’s cricket this year to launch #HeathersPride competition on International Women’s Day. Women’s and girls’ cricket in England in Wales continues to grow and to celebrate that, this

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Danni Wyatt guides England to T20 series victory

An unbeaten half-century from Danni Wyatt took England to series victory in the Paytm Women’s T20 series in Assam. England’s bowlers had done terrifically well to restrict the hosts to 111/8 and Wyatt kept England steady to see them home by five wickets. Once again England were able to grab early wickets with the ball.

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