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England romp to Tri-Nations win

The Vitality Tri-Nation series was completed with a single T20 match between England and New Zealand at Chelmsford on Sunday 1 July. If the result looked like a foregone conclusion – the home team romping home by 7 wickets to record their 13th win against this opposition – all three nations can draw valuable lessons

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England give Notice

The Vitality Tri-Nations series moved to Bristol for the third of the double-headers, but kept the same blissful weather enjoyed at Taunton. It was the White Ferns turn to appear twice. They saw off the Proteas with comparative ease, ensuring themselves and England of a place in the final at Chelmsford the following Sunday. It

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South Africa challenge England’s ODI domination

Guest writer Bruce Perkins gives his view of England’s ODI series against South Africa – let us know what you think. The Three Royal London ODIs June 2018 South Africa’s Proteas were really looking forward to their tour of England to play three ODIs in the International Women’s Challenge in June. A glance at the

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England Add Cross To Final ODI Squad

England will make one addition to their squad for the final Royal London ODI at Canterbury with Kate Cross joining the 14. Dani Hazell and Lauren Winfield will be released from the group in order to play for the England Women’s Senior Academy on Thursday. Heather Knight (captain, Berkshire) Tammy Beaumont (Kent) Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire)

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South Africa win opening Royal London One-Day International

South Africa won the opening Royal London One-Day International of the summer, beating England by seven wickets at Blackfinch New Road.   Lizelle Lee and captain Dane van Niekerk formed the backbone of their side’s 193-3, comfortably overcoming England’s 189-9 with Lee ending unbeaten on 92. That England had anything to bowl at all was testament

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Battling Roses see off South Africa to seal second place

The England Roses sealed a best ever Netball Quad Series finish this afternoon as a 52-47 success over South Africa confirmed second spot in the table. A dominant Australian Diamonds victory over New Zealand earlier in the day guaranteed that the World Champions would be regaining the trophy. However, the Roses still had plenty to

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