Source: Julian Thompson

Amy Jones Top Scores With 63

Western Storm v Central Sparks at Worcester (New Road) on June 4 Sparks go through to finals day somewhat bizarrely, following defeat by Storm. Top-scorer Amy Jones (pictured) made her third ‘fifty’ for Sparks group stage, one of just two players to do so. Separately, the other player who bagged three group-stage ‘fifties’ (Aylish Cranstone)

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Source: Julian Thompson

Alice Davidson-Richards Top-Scores

Western Storm v South East Stars at Bristol on June 1 (14h30) *Storm scored at four-runs-per-over during the first half of the match. *Unusually, Storms’ average scoring rate remained constant at four-runs-per-over, between the power play and the mid-way point (39/2.) *Where Stars scored runs at a faster rate before mid-way, Storm scored a greater proportion of their

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Source: Julian Thompson

Aylish Cranstone Scores Second ’Fifty’ For Second ‘Stars’ Win

South East Stars v Western Storm at Beckenham (Kent) on May 21 (11h00 start) Aylish Cranstone’s good form continues, scoring a second ‘fifty’ from three matches – the first fifty bagged against Sunrisers. Stars second win keeps them well-placed to defend their Charlotte Edwards Cup title. Previously they lost an evening match to Central Sparks, put down to fielding

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Source: Julian Thompson

Sophie Luff’s ‘Storm’ Handed Dramatic Last-Ball Win

Sunrisers v Western Storm at The Cloudfm County Ground, Chelmsford on May 18 Beefed-up by Heather Knight’s return to Storm from last week’s ’Barmy Army’ captaincy in the Doha (Fairbreak) tournament, there was little to choose between either side. Four bowlers from each side took wickets. Both team’s batters mostly reached double figures and hit comparable

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Jones ‘Fifty’ Plus Freeborn Maiden ‘Fifty’ Bags Sparks’ First Win

Western Storm v Central Sparks – Sophia Gardens Cardiff on May 14; Charlotte Edwards Cup – Group B Playing her first match for ‘Sparks,’ (having transferred from ‘Lightning’) Abi Freeborn (52 from 48) together with England’s Amy Jones (52 from 44) added a 91 run partnership for Sparks’ third wicket. As seen on Glamorgan TV (please see below) –

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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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