Source: Bruce Perkins

First Round Kia Super League 2018

Here is a round up of the first Round of the Kia Super League 2018: Surrey Stars v Southern Vipers Amid a modest blare of trumpets the third and potentially last season on the Kia got under way  at Southport, Taunton and Guildford. Attempts had been made to even up the playing strength of the

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Freya Davies Returns to Western Storm

Western Storm can today exclusively reveal that Freya Davies will once again be lining up for the reigning Kia Super League Champions in 2018. Freya joins England trio Heather Knight, Anya Shrubsole and Fran Wilson plus Rachel Priest, Stafanie Taylor and Smriti Mandhana in this year’s Western Storm squad. The 22-year-old played an important role

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Alex Blackwell to join Lancashire Thunder as coach

Lancashire Thunder is delighted to announce that former Australian international Alex Blackwell has joined the backroom staff as a coach at Emirates Old Trafford ahead of the 2018 Kia Super League campaign. The batter from New South Wales will join Thunder following her retirement at the end of the recent Australian season. After making her

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New look for Western Storm

Western Storm will have a new look and a new website in 2018 as Heather Knight’s team look to defend their KIA Super League title. This years KIA Super League will be twice as big as it has been in the past two years, with all teams playing each other both home and away. In

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Kia Super League Tickets On Sale

Senior players from all six Kia Super League teams travelled down to the 1st Central County Ground, Hove today (11 May) to celebrate the on-sale date for tickets for this year’s competition.  England skipper Heather Knight (Western Storm) watched on as Tammy Beaumont (Surrey Stars), Georgia Elwiss (Loughborough Lightning), Danielle Hazell (Lancashire Thunder), Lauren Winfield (Yorkshire Diamonds) and Danni Wyatt (Southern Vipers) took part in a cricketing session alongside local kids from Mile Oak Primary

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