Source: ECB

England Women Pick Squad For Opening Ashes ODI

England Women have announced their squad for the first Royal London Women’s ODI. A squad of 14 has been named, with the England Women’s Academy playing against Australia A throughout the ODI series providing the option for additional back-up. England Women’s Squad Heather Knight (Berkshire, captain) Tammy Beaumont (Kent) Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire) Kate Cross (Lancashire) Sophie

Continue Reading →


Source: ECB

England Women Update Squad For Third ODI

England Women’s Head Coach Mark Robinson has named his squad for the final match of the Royal London Women’s ODI series. Heather Knight (Berkshire, captain) Tammy Beaumont (Kent) Kate Cross (Lancashire) Sophie Ecclestone (Lancashire) Jenny Gunn (Nottinghamshire) Amy Jones (Warwickshire) Laura Marsh (Kent) Anya Shrubsole (Berkshire) Bryony Smith (Surrey) Sarah Taylor (Sussex, wicketkeeper) Fran Wilson

Continue Reading →

England Women win comfortably at Leicester

England Women were too powerful for West Indies in the opening match of the Royal London ODI series, winning by 208 runs to make it 11 consecutive all-format wins. It represents England’s joint-fourth best run of victories and a perfect start to the summer. Captain Heather Knight (94) and Player of the Match Amy Jones (91)

Continue Reading →


Source: Getty Images

England name squad of 15 for first two ODIs against West Indies

England Women have named a squad of 15 for the first two Royal London ODIs against West Indies. Heather Knight (Berkshire, captain) Tammy Beaumont (Kent) Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire) Kate Cross (Lancashire) Sophie Ecclestone (Lancashire) Alex Hartley (Lancashire) Jenny Gunn (Nottinghamshire) Amy Jones (Warwickshire) Laura Marsh (Kent) Nat Sciver (Surrey) Anya Shrubsole (Berkshire) Sarah Taylor (Sussex, wicketkeeper)

Continue Reading →


Source: ECB

England beat Sri Lanka to claim ODI series 3-0

Half-centuries from Amy Jones and Tammy Beaumont took England to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka in Colombo and saw them claim the series 3-0. On another baking hot day England’s bowlers gave nothing away and the tone was set after two early wickets with the new ball for Kate Cross. Anya Shrubsole and

Continue Reading →