What may or may not turn out to be the swansong of the Kia Super League brought some high quality cricket to Hove for Finals Day. For a pleasant change the runaway winners of the league stages, Western Storm, carried off the Big Prize in front of a big crowd and the television cameras. In
The 1st Central County Ground hosted 3,413 people at the Kia Super League Finals Day last Friday (1st September), an all-time high for a domestic women’s cricket match in England. Attendance at the 2017 Finals Day – the first time it has been hosted at Hove – was up by over 150% from last year.
Charlotte Edwards and her Southern Vipers are one win away from being crowned the first champions of the Kia Super League. The Vipers beat Loughborough Lightning by 59 runs in front of another four-figure crowd at the Ageas Bowl today to secure top spot in the final table, fired by a fine all-round performance by