Half centuries from Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont and Sarah Taylor help England to their first win of the Women’s Ashes series. It was a case of third time lucky for England as they got over the line in the final ODI of the Women’s Ashes series, winning by 20 runs (DLS) and keeping alive their hopes of
Australia triumphed under the lights at Coffs Harbour to take the second ODI of the Women’s Ashes and go 4-0 up in points in the multi-format series. Having opted to bowl first England struggled to make regular breakthroughs and Australia were able initially to set a promising platform, and eventually an imposing total of 296-6.
The following England Women’s Pathway squads have been selected on ECB programmes designed to support the players in taking the next steps on their journey towards international cricket. Both groups will be attending a series of camps over the winter and playing a number of competitive matches in the summer to enhance their development and
Australia took the first points of the Women’s Ashes series with a close-fought two-wicket win in the ODI opener in Brisbane. A fine innings from Alex Blackwell did the job for Australia as they won the first ODI in the Women’s Ashes, and went 2-0 up in the points tally for the multi-format series. Blackwell
Organised by Opening Boundaries (a charity looking to inspire and empower women and girls through sport), the UK Armed Forces Women’s cricket team have recently participated in a successful tour of Kenya to support Women in Sport and assist in delivering their “Bowling Out Domestic Violence” campaign. The tour comes at an opportune time as
The heroes of the grassroots game were recognised for their efforts at the 15th NatWest OSCAs at Lord’s yesterday (9 October). Volunteers travelled from far and wide to Lord’s for a day recognising the hard work and dedication of all of those who help make sure that club cricket continues to thrive. England stars Stuart
England Women announced their squad for the Ashes tour of Australia today with Lancashire’s left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone named as part of the 15. The ICC Women’s World Cup champions depart for Brisbane on October 7, where they’ll attempt to regain the Ashes across a multi-format series that takes in three one-day internationals, a Test
ECB adds Rubicon to its commercial family as Kia Motors signs new deal to support women’s cricket The England and Wales Cricket Board today announced soft drinks supplier Rubicon as the latest addition to its commercial family and extended Kia Motors’ sponsorship of women’s cricket. Rubicon will become the official soft drink of the England
The 1st Central County Ground hosted 3,413 people at the Kia Super League Finals Day last Friday (1st September), an all-time high for a domestic women’s cricket match in England. Attendance at the 2017 Finals Day – the first time it has been hosted at Hove – was up by over 150% from last year.
Lancashire County Age Group girls under 17s duo Danielle Collins and Rebecca Duckworth have been selected for this year’s School Games teams entered in the national competition by the ECB. Danielle Collins plays her club cricket at Tottington St Johns CC as a left hand opening bat. She has scored over 450 runs for the