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England Women Win Series At Worcester

Heather Knight’s England team won the second ODI against West Indies at Worcester to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the Royal London Women’s ODI series. Intermittent rain affected the game’s momentum but 61 from Tammy Beaumont and some late power-hitting from Anya Shrubsole (32* from 16 balls) took England to 233/7 from their 41

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England Women win comfortably at Leicester

England Women were too powerful for West Indies in the opening match of the Royal London ODI series, winning by 208 runs to make it 11 consecutive all-format wins. It represents England’s joint-fourth best run of victories and a perfect start to the summer. Captain Heather Knight (94) and Player of the Match Amy Jones (91)

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England name squad of 15 for first two ODIs against West Indies

England Women have named a squad of 15 for the first two Royal London ODIs against West Indies. Heather Knight (Berkshire, captain) Tammy Beaumont (Kent) Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire) Kate Cross (Lancashire) Sophie Ecclestone (Lancashire) Alex Hartley (Lancashire) Jenny Gunn (Nottinghamshire) Amy Jones (Warwickshire) Laura Marsh (Kent) Nat Sciver (Surrey) Anya Shrubsole (Berkshire) Sarah Taylor (Sussex, wicketkeeper)

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England Women beat West Indies

England Women Defeat West Indies In ICC World Cup Warm-Up England Women overcame West Indies by six wickets today with Nat Sciver and Tammy Beaumont both passing 50, and Sciver also chipping in with four wickets. West Indies opted to bat first and were dismissed for 150 in the final over of their innings, captain

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England hold their nerve to take 5th ODI and Series

A match-winning 4-24 by left arm spinner Alex Hartley, and unbeaten 57 from Natalie Sciver against the West Indies in the final One-Day International (ODI) between the two sides in Kingston today has helped England to secure a hard-fought 3-2 ODI series victory in the Caribbean. England women v West Indies women – 5th One-Day

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West Indies square the series

England women v West Indies women – 4th One-Day International Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica West Indies women won the toss and elected to bat West Indies women – 223-6 (Stafanie Taylor 84, Shaquana Quintyne 41) 50 overs England women – 181 (Tammy Beaumont 57, Lauren Winfield 51, Stafanie Taylor 3-22) 44.2 overs West Indies women

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