Source: Mike Lee - KLC fotos for World Rugby

England Women Sevens squad named for Hamilton

Head coach Charlie Hayter has named his 13-player England women sevens travelling squad for the HSBC New Zealand Sevens [25-26 January]. The group are boosted by the return of Sydney Gregson and Ellie Kildunne following lengthy injury lay-offs and both are in line for their first appearances of the series. Meanwhile, Saracens’ Georgie Lingham also

Continue Reading →


Source: Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com

Jess Thirlby reveals Vitality Netball Nations Cup squad

Head Coach of the Vitality Roses Jess Thirlby has named her 14 strong squad that will compete in the highly anticipated Vitality Netball Nations Cup in January 2020. The England side, which will be captained by Natalie Haythornthwaite, will meet world champions New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa during the series, which will take place

Continue Reading →


Source: Malaysian Cricket Association

England win series victory against Pakistan

England Women won the final IT20 against Pakistan in Malaysia to secure a 3-0 series victory. Captain Heather Knight was top-scorer with 43 as her side posted 170/3, and while Pakistan made a decent fist of their reply, they ended on 144/5, 26 runs short of victory. Knight’s team featured a few changes, resting Katherine

Continue Reading →


Source: Malaysian Cricket Association

England Take T20 Series As Jones Stars Again

England Women took an unassailable 2-0 lead in their IT20 series over Pakistan in Malaysia with a thumping 84-run victory. Amy Jones (89) was the team’s stand-out performer, while Danni Wyatt – making her 100th IT20 cap – made 55, Sophie Ecclestone recorded the impressive figures of 3-1-5-2 and Mady Villiers took two wickets on her first outing

Continue Reading →


Source: Malaysian Cricket Association

Jones celebrates her second IT20 half-century

A half-century from Amy Jones and three wickets for Sophie Ecclestone led England to a comfortable victory in the first IT20 against Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur. Jones’ 53 included ten fours and was the stand-out innings on a pitch that didn’t suit aggression. She was ably supported by Tammy Beaumont and Nat Sciver, while Katherine

Continue Reading →


Source: Malaysian Cricket Association

Glenn Takes Four But Last ODI Washed Out

Sarah Glenn took four wickets but England’s hopes of a series whitewash in Malaysia were dashed by rain, with the third ODI abandoned after just 37 overs. Glenn’s fine spell had swung the game back towards England after an impressive start by the Pakistani openers, and the hosts had fallen from 96/0 to 145/8 when the rain came.

Continue Reading →


Source: Eliza Morgan

England Netball celebrates record ticket sales

Following the Vitality Netball World Cup which took place earlier this year in Liverpool, England Netball has recorded its fastest and highest grossing ticket sales to date across two of its upcoming competitions. Since the Vitality Roses; England’s elite netball team, won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and journeyed to bronze at a home

Continue Reading →