Lauren Bell Best Bowling Figures Give Vipers Second Home Win

Southern Vipers v Loughborough Lightning at Southampton (Ageas Bowl) on May 18 (18h30) Returning career-best bowling figures, Lauren Bell skittled Lightning’s top-order batters, only three of whom made double-figures. By comparison, Vipers lost fewer wickets and five players made double figures. Vipers bowling attack precipitated Lightning’s batting collapse, so that only one player made a

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Southern Vipers to play at Hove in 2022

Southern Vipers return to Hove in 2022 as the women’s regional domestic schedule is confirmed. The 20-over Charlotte Edwards Cup will open the women’s regional summer from 14th May and will offer the first piece of domestic silverware, with Finals Day at The County Ground, Northampton on 11th June. The 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy

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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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Marie Kelly Hits An Unbeaten ‘Ton’ To Win

‘Southern Vipers’ vs ‘Central Sparks’ at Hove on 25 August (Charlotte Edwards Cup – Regional T20 – Group A) Previous match was on 26 June when ‘Vipers’ won at Egbaston by 8 wickets (with 41 balls remaining.) This time the tables were turned as ‘Sparks’ claimed victory over ‘Vipers’ with six balls to spare For ‘Vipers,’ Georgia Adams played a

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Lightning edge Vipers in Kia Super League thriller

Loughborough Lightning continued their outstanding run of form in the 2018 Kia Super League, player of the match Elyse Villani hitting a six with the third last ball of the game to clinch victory. Vipers were much improved from their previous five outings, a measured batting performance seeing them set an extremely strong 172/6 target

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Vipers break KSL record to get the better of Loughborough Lightning

Following a disappointing performance in the first game of the 2017 Kia Super League against Western Storm, Loughborough Lightning looked to bounce back against last year’s champions, Southern Vipers on Tuesday afternoon. It was Vipers who came out on top however, after setting a KSL record of 180-2, Lightning unable to chase them down. With

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Source: Lancashire Cricket Board

Thunder lose out to the Vipers

The Southern Vipers made it two wins out of two in the Kia Super League  as they came away from sunny Blackpool with an 11 run victory over a below par Lancashire Thunder. Despite being without their talismanic skipper Charlotte Edwards the Vipers recovered from 34-3 to reach 132-4 from their 20 overs with the

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