Vitality named as new title partner for T20s

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have announced Vitality as the new title partner of T20 Blast, International T20 and recreational T20 cricket, supporting the game for men and women. The innovative health and life insurance company has signed a four-year deal to sponsor ECB’s domestic T20 Blast as well as key grassroots T20

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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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England women continue to impress

England Women continued where they left off in the ODI series against Pakistan, by beating the tourists by 68 runs in the first of three NatWest T20 internationals. With records continuing to tumble. Having chosen to bat, on winning the toss, at the Brightside Ground, Bristol, England made light of the Pakistan attack with Lauren

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South Africa win sets up T20 decider

England women v South Africa women – 2nd Twenty20 International, Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town South Africa women won the toss and elected to field England women – 156-6 (Sarah Taylor 66, Sune Luus 2-26) 20 overs South Africa women – 145-3 (Dane van Niekerk 63, Mignon du Preez 47*) 17.2 overs South Africa women

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