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England women take series lead in West Indies

England women v West Indies women – 3rd One-Day International Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica England women won the toss and elected to bat England women – 220 (Lauren Winfield 79, Natalie Sciver 58, Shaquana Quintyne 3-36) 49.5 overs West Indies women – 108 35.4 overs England women won by 112 runs England women secure 2

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Shrubsole ruled-out for remainder of series

Anya Shrubsole has been ruled-out for the duration of England women’s five match One-Day International series against the West Indies due to injury. The Somerset opening bowler was side-lined for the first two ODIs with a left side strain and had targeted a return to action for the three ICC Women’s Championship ODIs against the

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England stutter to defeat in 2nd ODI

England women v West Indies women – 2nd One-Day International Trelawny Stadium, Montego Bay, Jamaica West Indies women won the toss and elected to bat West Indies women – 148 (Stafanie Taylor 56, Alex Hartley 4-31) 50 overs England women – 110 (Deandra Dotting 4-19, Afy Fletcher 3-20) 41.4 overs West Indies women won by

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England women hold off West Indies to win in Montego Bay

England women v West Indies women – 1st One-Day International Trelawny Stadium, Montego Bay, Jamaica One-Day International debut for Sophie Ecclestone, cap number 124 England women won the toss and elected to bat England women – 149 (Danielle Wyatt 44, Deandra Dottin 3-21) 49.1 overs West Indies women – 144 (Katherine Brunt 3-24, Alex Hartley

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Anya Shrubsole ruled out of first two ODIs

Anya Shrubsole has been ruled-out of the first two encounters of England women’s five-match One-Day International (ODI) series against the West Indies due to injury. The Somerset opening bowler sustained a left side strain during the team’s warm-up match against a Jamaican representative eleven yesterday (Thursday 6th October).  She is now targeting a return to

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England women’s series against the West Indies to go ahead

The West Indies Cricket Board has announced that England women’s five-match One-Day International (ODI) series against the West Indies in Jamaica will go ahead as planned, with the action getting underway on Saturday (8th October). The news follows confirmation that facilities at the Trelawny Stadium in Montego Bay and Sabina Park in Kingston – due

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Sophie Ecclestone in line to make ODI debut in the West Indies

The ECB has today announced a 15-strong England women’s touring party for the five-match One-Day International (ODI) series against the West Indies in Jamaica next month. The squad includes two uncapped players at this level: 17-year-old left-arm spinner, Sophie Ecclestone and right-arm seam bowler, Beth Langston. Langston had previously been ruled-out of taking part in

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Seam bowler Beth Langston ruled out of West Indies tour

England women’s performance squad member Beth Langston has undergone surgery to her left thumb after breaking it during an inter-squad training match last week.  England’s medical staff anticipate that her rehabilitation programme will now take approximately six weeks, ruling the right-arm seam bowler out of contention for selection for England women’s tour to the West

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