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ecb.co.uk News
1st December 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has released the schedule for England women’s three match Royal London One-Day International series, and three match NatWest International Twenty20 series against Pakistan women next summer.
ecb.co.uk News
19th September 2015
New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has been rewarded for his conduct during the Black Caps' tour of England earlier this summer with the CMJ Spirit of Cricket award.
David Clark
31st August 2015
An excellent all-round display from Natalie Sciver saw England women end their Ashes campaign on a winning note with a five-wicket victory in the last NatWest T20 International at the SSE SWALEC.
David Clark
31st August 2015
Natalie Sciver admitted to a sense of frustration despite her match-winning performance ending England women’s summer in style with a five-wicket win over Australia.
Callum Dent
28th August 2015
Charlotte Edwards has called on England to finish the summer on a high after defeat in the second NatWest International T20 handed the Women's Ashes back to Australia.
ecb.co.uk News
28th August 2015
Australia regained the Women’s Ashes after they beat England by 20 runs in the second of three NatWest International T20s to take an unassailable 10-4 lead in the multi-format series.
ecb.co.uk News
28th August 2015
Sell-out crowds for the Women’s Ashes NatWest IT20s at the Essex County Ground, Chelmsford, and the BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground, Hove, have helped to set a new record attendance figure for an international women’s cricket series in England.
Dominic Farrell
28th August 2015
Natalie Sciver believes maintaining a positive approach is key to England’s hopes of retaining the Women’s Ashes.
Dominic Farrell
26th August 2015
Sarah Taylor revealed that she went back to basics to produce a player-of-the-match performance in the first NatWest International T20 against Australia at Chelmsford.
Dominic Farrell
26th August 2015
Captain Charlotte Edwards and Sarah Taylor combined to steer England towards a seven-wicket win over Australia in the first NatWest International T20 at the Essex County Ground and keep their Women's Ashes hopes alive.