Source: Lancashire Thunder

Kate Cross out of Roses clash

Lancashire Thunder will be without England seamer Kate Cross for today’s Kia Super League match against Yorkshire Diamonds at Headingley. Cross has sustained an injury to her hip flexor. It is hoped that she will be available for selection for Thunder’s second match, when they host Surrey Stars at Emirates Old Trafford on Wednesday August

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Source: Craig Galloway

Lancashire’s Kate Cross named an inspirational woman

England Women, Lancashire Thunder and LCB Women’s pace bowler Kate Cross has been named in a list of one hundred of the most inspirational women across the region revealed by Greater Manchester Business Week on International Women’s Day (08 March 2017). From company directors to sports women across Greater Manchester, the 100 Inspiring Women’s list

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Source: Don Miles

Sarah Taylor to make Australian cricket history this weekend

England women’s wicket-keeper batsman Sarah Taylor will become the first woman to play Australian first grade cricket, when she makes her debut for Northern Districts Cricket Club (“the Jets”) in the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) West End Premier Cricket Competition on Saturday. SACA Premier Cricket is a two-day competition and represents the highest level

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