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The Pakistan Tour is off

England women’s planned tour to Pakistan has been called off. It comes as no surprise, given the present uncertainties in that part of the world. The ECB didn’t want players having to face another anxiety after a year and a half of fighting coronavirus. This would have been a first tour to Pakistan for the

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England to tour Pakistan in October

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today confirmed that England Women will tour Pakistan in October, taking part in two IT20s and three ODIs. Heather Knight’s team will be making their first-ever trip to Pakistan, and will be alongside the England Men’s white-ball team, with the two IT20s played

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Thailand batters shine in washed-out finale

Natthakan Chantam’s historic half-century ensured Thailand’s unforgettable ICC Women’s T20 World Cup debut finished in record-breaking fashion despite rain prematurely ending their final match against Pakistan. Natthakan Chantam scored her country’s maiden ICC Women’s T20 World Cup half-century Thailand made 150 for three batting first against Pakistan Rain ensured both sides take one point from

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England win series victory against Pakistan

England Women won the final IT20 against Pakistan in Malaysia to secure a 3-0 series victory. Captain Heather Knight was top-scorer with 43 as her side posted 170/3, and while Pakistan made a decent fist of their reply, they ended on 144/5, 26 runs short of victory. Knight’s team featured a few changes, resting Katherine

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England Take T20 Series As Jones Stars Again

England Women took an unassailable 2-0 lead in their IT20 series over Pakistan in Malaysia with a thumping 84-run victory. Amy Jones (89) was the team’s stand-out performer, while Danni Wyatt – making her 100th IT20 cap – made 55, Sophie Ecclestone recorded the impressive figures of 3-1-5-2 and Mady Villiers took two wickets on her first outing

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England Women Announce Squad For Pakistan Tour

England Women have confirmed their squad for their December tour of Malaysia, where they’ll play Pakistan in three ODIs and three IT20s. There is a first call-up for Worcestershire leg-spinner Sarah Glenn, who impressed in last season’s Kia Super League for Loughborough Lightning, while youngster Mady Villiers retains her place from the summer. Sussex seamer Freya

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England wrap up the Series at Fortress Chelmsford

England women complete their record-breaking summer against Pakistan, in front of packed crowd at the Essex County Ground in Chelmsford, with a 57 run victory in the final NatWest International Twenty20 (IT20) against Pakistan.  The result this evening means that Heather Knight’s England team have won all six internationals against the tourists, backing up a

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England wrap up T20 series win against Pakistan

Fran Wilson marked her international comeback with an unbeaten 39 as England wrapped up a Natwest Twenty20 series win against Pakistan in the second at the Ageas Bowl. Wilson, whose last appearance came in January 2011, glued a staccato innings on a slow track together with wickets regularly falling. Jenny Gunn and Danielle Hazell’s miserly

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