England Beat India To Reach World T20 Final

England beat India by eight wickets in Antigua to reach the World T20 final. Heather Knight’s team will face Australia on Saturday at 8pm local time (12am GMT, Sunday November 25). After losing the toss England’s spinners performed brilliantly to bowl India out for 112. The wickets were shared around, Heather Knight took 3-9, while Kirstie Gordon

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Danni Wyatt’s 124 helps England to record run chase

Danni Wyatt scored a remarkable hundred to marshal another record chase for England and overcome India’s total of 198/4, securing a seven-wicket win in Mumbai. The opener, who scored her first IT20 ton against Australia in Canberra, reached her landmark from just 52 balls and went on to make 124, the second-highest individual total in the

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England announce the squad for India tour

England Women have announced their squad for the tour of India with three players earning their first call-up. Bryony Smith, Alice Davidson-Richards and Katie George – of Surrey, Kent and Hampshire respectively – have been named in the full squad for the first time, while there are also returns for Kate Cross, Tash Farrant and

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Key win for England in World League Semi Finals

England’s women beat India 4-1 thanks to Ansley, Danson, Townsend and Martin Laura Unsworth makes 200th international appearance Head coach Danny Kerry to miss remaining games after feeling unwell USA await England in Thursday’s semi-finals England qualify for World League Finals in November England cruised to a 4-1 win in their quarter-final match with India

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England make it difficult in Dharamsala

England women v India women – ICC Women’s World T20, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala England women won the toss and elected to bowl India women – 90-8 (Heather Knight 3-15, Anya Shrubsole 2-12) 20 overs England women – 92-8 (Etka Bisht 4-21, Harmanpreet Kaur 2-22) 19 overs England women won by 2 wickets

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