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Nat Sciver-Brunt’s Holiday Tip

England v Sri Lanka – Third and Last ODI Grace Road, Leicester NSB’s holiday tip: take a few day’s off and return to find you’ve been appointed the company CEO and awarded a £100k bonus. In cricketing terms it meant, take over the England captaincy (Heather Knight under the weather) and score one of the

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Rain stopped Victory

England v Sri Lanka – Second ODI Wantage Road, Northampton The heatwave is over. Rain prevented England from coasting to a second successive win in the three-match series. Jon Lewis made two changes, one forced. Emma Lamb suffered back spasms; Mahika Gaur was wisely rested. Backs are precious. But the continued ignoring of Bess Heath

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Alice Davidson-Richards added to England ODI squad

Alice Davidson-Richards has been called into the England Women squad for the remainder of the Metro Bank One Day International series against Sri Lanka. The all-rounder replaces Lauren Bell who continues to recover from illness. Davidson-Richards will link up with the group from Monday. Thanks to the ECB


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Normal Service restored

England v Sri Lanka – First ODI Riverside, Chester-le-Street The PA announcement might have been: ’We apologise for any inconvenience’. England won by a street. Jon Lewis picked a team that many more fans might have agreed with than during the 1-2 reverse in the T20s. He opted more for pace than spin, which was

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Two England Squads to face Sri Lanka

Jon Lewis and his selection committee have shown the greatest respect to Sri Lanka by picking two thoroughly strong squads, both 15 strong. They are: T20: Heather Knight (captain), Lauren Bell, Maia Bouchier, Alice Capsey, Kate Cross, Charlie Dean, Lauren Filer, Mahika Gaur, Danielle Gibson, Sarah Glenn, Bess Heath, Amy Jones, Freya Kemp, Issy Wong,

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2024 England Women’s and England Men’s home schedule

England Women and England Men to play concurrent white-ball series against Pakistan to open the international summer. England Women return to high-capacity venues including Edgbaston, Headingley, The Ageas Bowl, The Kia Oval and Lord’s following record ticket sales this summer. England Men host Pakistan Men in four IT20s before flying out to defend their ICC

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