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Beaumont takes it away from the White Ferns

England v New Zealand – First T20 Tammy Beaumont took charge of the game with a dominant 97, failing to reach her century only in the last over. A scoop off the penultimate ball finished in Brooke Halliday’s hands at short fine-leg. Sophie Devine sent England in, but her bowlers came under early pressure, Beaumont

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Emma Lamb called up to England squad

Emma Lamb has been called up to England Women ahead of the three-match Vitality IT20 series against New Zealand.   Emma last featured in the squad in 2016. Unfortunately, Charlie Dean and Maia Bouchier have been identified as possible COVID-19 contacts and in order to evaluate the situation and undergo further testing they will miss the

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RFU announce Red Roses autumn fixtures

England Women will play four home Tests this autumn, including back-to-back matches against New Zealand. The Red Roses, ranked No.1 in the world, will take on the Black Ferns (weekends of 29-31 October and 5-7 November) as well as Canada (weekend of 12-14 November) and USA (weekend of 19-21 November). * The quartet of matches

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England appoint Louis Deacon as women’s forwards coach

England Women have appointed Louis Deacon as forwards coach with immediate effect. Former England and Leicester Tigers lock-turned-coach Deacon will have responsibility for the forwards division. He takes over from Mark Luffman, who held the role on an interim-basis following the departure of Richard Blaze to Wasps last year. Deacon joins the Red Roses from

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England v India – The Balance Sheet

India may well look back on the recent series with more pleasure than England. Yes, they lost 10-6 by the reckoning of the points system, but their achievements must be set against a background of daunting challenge. Playing a series abroad is a huge test of character these days. Bubbles, isolation, testing: a string of

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‘Sensible Batting’ Secures England’s Series Win

England Women v India Women 3rd T20I Chelmsford on Wednesday 14th July Commentators applauded a ‘crucial innings’ by Danni Wyatt, whose return to form clocked her 8th ‘fifty’ in T20I. Wyatt’s 89* from 56 balls included 12 ‘fours’ and one ‘six.’ Wyatt scored 13 runs from the penultimate over, securing England’s 8 wicket win with

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Who’s in your England team?

Lisa Keightley’s options for Chelmsford Tomorrow, Wednesday, England will complete their multi-format series against India. If India win the third T20 at Chelmsford, they will draw 8-8. That would be a huge setback for England. We will learn a lot about English structures of command and policy from the side that is picked. This is

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