Amy Satterthwaite re-joins Lancashire Thunder

Lancashire Thunder is delighted to announce that New Zealand international Amy Satterthwaite will return to Emirates Old Trafford as an overseas player for a third successive season, ahead of the 2018 Kia Super League (KSL). All-rounder Satterthwaite, who hails from Canterbury, is a right arm off spin bowler who bats left-handed and has 190 international

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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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Source: Lancashire Cricket Board

Kids for a quid for Lancashire Thunder

Lancashire Thunder has announced that tickets  for their clash against Surrey Stars at Emirates Old Trafford on Wednesday 16th August (2:30pm start) are available from just £10 for adults and £1 for juniors. This ticket will also give supporters access to the NatWest T20 Blast fixture that follows which sees Lancashire Lightning host the Worcestershire Rapids, starting at 6:30pm. Lancashire Thunder

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Lancashire Thunder downed by Surrey Stars

Alex Hartley and Tammy Beaumont led Surrey Stars to a comfortable 7-wicket bonus point victory at Guildford against an out-of-sorts Lancashire Thunder in the Kia Super League. England left-arm spinner Hartley picked up figures of 3 for 11 off her allocated four overs, whilst Beaumont batted through the innings to finish on 45 not out,

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Source: Lancashire Cricket Board

Thunder lose out to the Vipers

The Southern Vipers made it two wins out of two in the Kia Super League  as they came away from sunny Blackpool with an 11 run victory over a below par Lancashire Thunder. Despite being without their talismanic skipper Charlotte Edwards the Vipers recovered from 34-3 to reach 132-4 from their 20 overs with the

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