Source: Don Miles

Danielle Hazell and Danielle Wyatt called-up for T20s

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the England women’s squad for the three remaining Women’s Ashes NatWest International T20s.  The 14-strong squad features two changes from the squad selected for the Kia Women’s Ashes Test – off-spinner Danielle Hazell (Yorkshire) and Nottinghamshire all-rounder Danielle Wyatt replacing Kate Cross and Fran Wilson.  Hazell

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Source: Don Miles

Next generation of England cricketers ready to impress

Ninety-four of the most talented young players from across the country will take part in the annual England Development Programme (EDP) Under-17s Super 4s and England Women’s Development Programme (EWDP) Super 3s competitions next week. The best under-17 male cricketers will come together at the National Cricket Performance Centre (NCPC) in Loughborough to play a

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Australia outclass England to take the test

Pace bowler Ellyse Perry bagged six wickets as Australia beat England by 161 runs in the Kia Women’s Test in Canterbury and claim a six-point lead in this year’s Ashes series. The 24-year-old right-armer claimed Test-best figures of 6-32 as England were dismissed for 101 inside 59.1 overs at the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence. Having been

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Australia on top after Day 2 at the Spitfire Ground

England women v Australia women – day two (of four) Kia Women’s Ashes Test match, The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Canterbury Australia are in touching distance of regaining the Ashes, having already put pride back into Australian cricket, after a determined effort with the bat from debutant Jess Jonassen, while Perry and Schutt did the damage with the ball.

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Emerging Spitfire

Yesterday’s match report of the first day of the first day of England’s 4-day Ashes test against Australia, featured the photo of England Captain Charlotte Edwards with the Waitrose mascot, I thought readers may like to know a little more about this talented young girl. The honour of being the Waitrose mascot, for this important Ashes test, went

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Shrubsole shines for England

Jess Jonassen struck an unbeaten 95 to rescue Australia and lift them to 268 for eight after Anya Shrubsole shone for England with the ball on day one of the Kia Women’s Ashes Test. Shrubsole ran through the Australia top order at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, picking four wickets by tea, while Laura Marsh added

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