Source: Press Association

England squad selected for home series against Jamaica

England Netball is delighted to announce the Roses squad which has been selected to take part in the three-match Vitality Netball International Series against Jamaica. Once again Ama Agbeze will lead the side with England’s most capped player, Jade Clarke, and Joanne Harten taking on the role of Vice-Captains. The Roses also welcome back Eboni

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Source: AJB Photographic

Three Valkyries named in England side to face France

Worcester Valkyries tighthead prop Laura Keates (pictured above) will start for England Women against France this Wednesday in the opening match of the Old Mutual Wealth Series at Twickenham Stoop (kick-off 7.45pm). Fellow Valkyries Rochelle Clark and Ceri Large  are also in the squad among the replacements for the match, which will be screened live

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Source: ECB

John Stanworth joins newly-structured England Women’s Pathway

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has restructured the England Women’s Pathway, appointed former Lancashire coach John Stanworth to its senior management team, and named the players who will be supported and developed through the England Women’s Senior Academy and England Women’s Academy during the winter. John Stanworth spent three decades at Lancashire as

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Source: WICB Media Athelstan Bellamy

England close to ICC World Cup qualification

Heather Knight will lead a 15-strong England women’s touring party in Colombo next month, when her side takes on Sri Lanka in the closing round of the ICC Women’s Championship.  Fresh from a hard-fought 3-2 series victory against the West Indies in the Caribbean, Knight’s England side now need to register just a single win

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England draw with France

England women played out a 0-0 draw against France last night at the Keepmoat. The first half France showed their dominance without really threatening Karen Bardsley in goal and England limited them to shots from long range.  Despite dominating possession there was no cutting edge in the final third.  However, the price for the defensive

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Source: © WICB Media/Athelstan Bellamy

England hold their nerve to take 5th ODI and Series

A match-winning 4-24 by left arm spinner Alex Hartley, and unbeaten 57 from Natalie Sciver against the West Indies in the final One-Day International (ODI) between the two sides in Kingston today has helped England to secure a hard-fought 3-2 ODI series victory in the Caribbean. England women v West Indies women – 5th One-Day

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