Northern Chargers extinguish Welsh Fire hopes

TV Viewers Told: “It Doesn’t Get Any Better” As Welsh Fire Hopes Are Extinguished’ by Jemimah Rodrigues ‘The Hundred’: Northern Superchargers Women v Welsh Fire Women – at Headingley on July 24 Hailed as ‘The Hundred’s’ first superstar, Jemimah Rodrigues remained cool as Superchargers had the odds stacked against them: SKY forecasted 84% chance of

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The Hundred – What do you think?

I was interested to see how the game would develop and what the reaction would be from seasoned cricket fans and also new spectators. Overall it would seem that the positive comments outweigh the negative. The game started slowly and to begin with was a little overwhelmed by the razzmatazz, the horrible graphics that take

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Cricketing History Made As ‘The Hundred’ is ‘Up-and-running’

Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals at the Kia Oval on 21 July Before the match, South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp told ‘Metro’ sports reporters about feeling outside her comfort zone. Fellow South African Dane van Niekerk had told the Press that the ‘five-ball-over’ took some getting used to. On the day, 7400 spectators witnessed Marizanne Kapp

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The Hundred teams confirm new overseas signings

Teams across The Hundred Women’s Competition have today confirmed a number of new overseas signings. The new 100-ball competition, which starts with a standalone women’s fixture at the Kia Oval on July 21, will now feature five Indian superstars: Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma, Jemimah Rodrigues and Shafali Verma. Verma – the No.1 ranked

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