Source: Don Miles

England Women vs New Zealand W 2nd ODI

Receiving POTM ‘Royal London’ medal for her match-winning 63* runs (from 72 balls), and record-breaking last wicket stand with Tash Farrant (adding 51 runs); Danni Wyatt agreed with Charles Dagnall she’d had quite a day. Before the match, Wyatt was congratulated on her 200th international appearance for England across all formats – the 7th English

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Talking Points

England v New Zealand – Second ODI, Worcester This wasn’t a win for England to be very happy about. The mainline batting was fragile, but the team’s overall strength once more proved too much for the White Ferns. The Batting Lisa Keightley’s decided to replace Katherine Brunt with Danni Wyatt at No 7. This would

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Source: Don Miles

Heather Knight’s Skipper’s Innings Sets Up England Win

England Women vs New Zealand W 1st ODI at Bristol on 16th September Receiving POTM ‘Royal London’ medal for her match-winning 89 runs (from 107 balls), England’s skipper Heather Knight told Charles Dagnall she was ‘pleased with the win.’ Separately, she was committed to creating a wider England squad, including a ‘bigger squad’ of fast bowlers to chose from.

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Charlie Dean selected in England Women’s ODI Squad

Southern Vipers off-spinner Charlie Dean has been selected in England Women’s 15-strong squad for the Royal London Series against New Zealand. Kate Cross and Lauren Winfield-Hill both return to the group, having missed out on the Vitality IT20 series, while Danni Wyatt is also back in the squad, having not been selected for the Royal

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England win T20 series

England Women v New Zealand W 3rd T20I at Taunton on 9th September (night) Commentators applauded Sophia Dunkley who struck the winning ‘four’ from the penultimate match ball. Needing 16 from the last 12 balls, England had lost Heather Knight and Maia Bouchier three balls apart. Snatching victory for England with ‘sighs of relief,’ Sophia Dunkley’s reputation as

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Sarina Wiegman selects her first England squad

New England Women’s head coach Sarina Wiegman has selected her first squad, as the 2023 World Cup qualifying campaign kicks-off in September. The Lionesses will start their season against North Macedonia at Southampton’s St. Mary’s Stadium on Friday 17 September before facing a trip to play Luxembourg four days later. England Squad: Goalkeepers: Mary Earps

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On 100th Cap Sophie Devine Passes 2500 Runs and Levels The Series

England Women v New Zealand 2nd T20I at Hove on 4th September (night) Wearing her 100th Cap, ‘White Ferns’ skipper Sophie Devine started the match full of optimism, needing just 24 runs to pass her 2500-run (T20I) milestone. Afterwards, commentators said that ‘Ferns’ were ‘impressive in the field;’ skipper Devine played a good skipper’s fifty; and the match

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Super Innings By Tammy Beaumont Ends One Shot Short Of A Ton

England Women v New Zealand 1st T20I at Chelmsford on 1st September (night) England’s Tammy Beaumont needed one boundary short for her century, but was caught out from the penultimate innings ball. Posting her 2nd highest score in T20I, POTM, Beaumont told player-turned-commentator Isa Guha that she’d been ‘waiting to (make a high score) for

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