Source: Julian Thompson

Bess Heath Hits Her Second ‘Fifty’

Northern Diamonds v Loughborough Lightning at Chester-le-Street, Durham (SEAT Unique Riverside) on June 1 (14h30) Keeper Bess Heath (pictured) hit her second ‘Fifty’ of the contest for Diamonds: the match later decided by the final ball. Partnered by Sterre Kalis (NL), Heath and Kalis shared a record opening stand for Diamonds, of 93 runs. Despite the

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Source: Julian Thompson

Vipers Third Win: Georgia Adams ‘Never Felt Out Of The Game’

Northern Diamonds v Southern Vipers at Chester-le-Street (The Riverside) on May 21 at 14h30 *Vipers elected to bat, back to full-strength: with Tara Norris and Danni Wyatt playing their first Charlotte Edwards Cup match of the season. Diamonds were also beefed-up with three Internationals: Sterre Kalis (NL) rotated for Lauren Winfield-Hill; England’s Katherine Brunt for

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Fifties For Thunder’s Emma Lamb and Georgie Boyce

Thunder v Northern Diamonds at Sale CC, Sale on May 18 Making the highest scores of the Northern Roses Derby, Thunder’s openers Emma Lamb (50 runs from 41 balls) and Georgie Boyce (65 from 56) made more runs between them than Diamonds’ meagre total. Together faced 18 dot balls during their power play, reaching 36/0. By mid-way (10 overs) Thunder

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Lauren Winfield-Hill Hits Top Score For Diamond’s Win

Loughborough Lightning v Northern Diamonds – Loughborough (Haslegrave) on May 14 Diamonds made a dream power play start (57/1 after 6 overs) as Lauren Winfield-Hill bagged top-score-to-date in the first round of the Charlotte Edwards Cup. The highlight of Winfield-Hill’s ‘whirlwind’ 96 runs (from 51 balls) came during Diamonds’ 14th over, when Scotland’s Kathryn Bryce

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Defending Champions ‘Vipers’ See-Off ‘Diamonds’

‘Southern Vipers Women’ vs ‘Northern Diamonds W’ at Northampton on 25 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – final) Skipper Adams’ 4-fer ‘Was Not Part Of The Plan’ Receiving the trophy for the second successive year, ‘Vipers’’ skipper Georgia Adams (4/35) told viewers that taking 4 ‘Diamonds’’ wickets ‘was not part of her team’s bowling plan.’

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