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England women’s South Africa tour dates confirmed by ECB and CSA

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed that England women will travel to South Africa in February 2016 to play a three match One-Day International (ODI) series and three match Twenty20 International (T20I) series.  The tour schedule includes two televised T20 ‘double-headers’ alongside England men. The three ODIs will form England’s fourth round

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Source: Murray Wilkinson (NWC2015 Media)

Tracey Neville confirmed as permanent England head coach

England Netball has announced that Tracey Neville has been appointed as the permanent head coach of the England Roses. The former Manchester Thunder coach guided England to a bronze medal at the Netball World Cup in Australia last month, where they sealed third place with an emphatic 66-44 victory over Jamaica. Speaking of her appointment, the

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Source: FIFA

England women to take on Germany

England Women will travel to Germany in November to play the European champions in an international friendly. Mark Sampson’s side will travel to the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena in Duisburg for the match, which will take place on Thursday 26 November (5pm KO GMT), the first time they will have faced each other since England beat Germany in

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Source: The FA

Mark Sampson makes seven changes to England squad

Mark Sampson has this evening announced his squad of 23  players for the Euro 2017 qualifier against Estonia in Tallinn on Monday 21 September (KO 5pm BST). Fara Williams and Jade Moore are out because of injury, while Jordan Nobbs, Katie Chapman, Karen Carney and Portland Thorns duo Lianne Sanderson and Jodie Taylor have been rested.   Into the

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Australia Women regain the Ashes

England women v Australia women – 2nd Women’s Ashes NatWest International Twenty20, The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground, Hove England will be bitterly disappointed that after their sparkling performance with the ball, and limiting Australia to just 107 runs they dismally failed to even get close to that total with the bat.  Lydia Greenway was the pick

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Record crowds for Women’s Ashes series

Sell-out crowds for the Women’s Ashes NatWest IT20s at the County Ground, Chelmsford, and the BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground, Hove, have helped to set a new record attendance figure for an international women’s cricket series in England. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today revealed that nearly 22,000 fans have attended a Women’s Ashes

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Taylor player of the match as England keep hopes alive

England women v Australia women – 1st Women’s Ashes NatWest International Twenty20, The Essex County Ground, Chelmsford England women won the toss and elected to field Australia women – 122-8 (Ellyse Perry 30, Meg Lanning 28, Natalie Sciver 2-18) 20 overs England women – 125-3 (Sarah Taylor 50, Charlotte Edwards 39, Erin Osborne 2-22) 17.3

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Australia take the lead

England women v Australia women – 3rd Royal London Women’s Ashes One-Day International, New Road, Worcester England will have to come from behind if they are to retain the Women’s Ashes after Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry combined to secure a comfortable Australia victory in the last of the three-match Royal London ODI series in

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