Source: Alex Davidson

Smriti set to take the KSL by Storm again

Western Storm are delighted to be able to announce that Smriti Mandhana will be returning for the 2019 KIA Super League. The 22-year-old made a huge impact for Western Storm last year and played a major role in the team making it to Finals Day for the third consecutive season. Smriti is currently ranked as

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Source: Bruce Perkins

Unpredictability over? – Lightning v Thunder

When Loughborough Lightning beat Lancashire Thunder by a whacking 9 wickets at Haslegrave, they opened up a margin of 12 points over their nearest rival, Surrey Stars. The table-toppers Western Storm have a 2-point advantage over them after seven rounds. The competition has been characterised by its unpredictability. But as we move into its final

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Source: Western Storm

Western Storm Join Forces With Advanced Certification

KIA Super League Champions 2017 Western Storm have forged a new partnership in 2018. Western Storm have announced that they have joined forces with Advanced Certification. Formed in 2014 and based in Portishead, Advanced Certification are a UKAS Accredited Conformity Assessment Body covering Quality, Environmental and Health and Safety Management System Certifications and they work

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Source: Somerset CCC

Freya Davies Returns to Western Storm

Western Storm can today exclusively reveal that Freya Davies will once again be lining up for the reigning Kia Super League Champions in 2018. Freya joins England trio Heather Knight, Anya Shrubsole and Fran Wilson plus Rachel Priest, Stafanie Taylor and Smriti Mandhana in this year’s Western Storm squad. The 22-year-old played an important role

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New look for Western Storm

Western Storm will have a new look and a new website in 2018 as Heather Knight’s team look to defend their KIA Super League title. This years KIA Super League will be twice as big as it has been in the past two years, with all teams playing each other both home and away. In

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Source: Loughborough University

Lightning have plenty to work on after opening day Storm loss

Loughborough Lightning kick-started their Kia Super League campaign with an away fixture against Western Storm at Somerset County Ground, eventually losing out by five wickets. The game was played as a double-header with the men’s fixture between Somerset and Kent, as is the case with many of the KSL games this season, allowing live broadcast

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