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ecb.co.uk News
3rd August 2015
The best under-15 female cricketers from across the country will come together for a series of Twenty20 and 40-over matches at Shrewsbury School this month.
ecb.co.uk News
2nd August 2015
Ellyse Perry and Alex Blackwell both hit centuries as Australia dominated the second and final day of their drawn tour match against England Women's Academy at Loughborough.
James O'Brien
1st August 2015
Beth Langston took two late wickets to give England Women’s Academy the edge after day one of their tour match against Australia.
ecb.co.uk News
31st July 2015
England all-rounder Jenny Gunn blogs exclusively for ecb.co.uk during this summer's Women's Ashes.
ecb.co.uk News
30th July 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced a 13-player England Women’s Academy squad to play a one-off two-day match against Australia Women from Saturday 1st to Sunday 2nd August.
Andy Wilson
28th July 2015
Anya Shrubsole believes that England can be inspired by the change of format, white clothes and a red ball when the battle for the Women's Ashes resumes at Canterbury in a fortnight.
Andy Wilson
27th July 2015
England will have to come from behind if they are to retain the Women's Ashes after Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry combined to secure a comfortable Australia victory in the last of the three-match Royal London one-day international series in Worcester.
Charlotte Edwards
Worcester
Worcester
England women
Charlotte Edwards
Katherine Brunt
Georgia Elwiss
Georgia Elwiss
Heather Knight
Meg Lanning
Heather Knight
Ellyse Perry
Ellyse Perry
Lydia Greenway
Katherine Brunt
Natalie Sciver
Australia celebrate
Charlotte Edwards
ecb.co.uk News
27th July 2015
Images from the third Royal London one-day international of the Women's Ashes at New Road, Worcester.
Bibhash Dash
26th July 2015
England women and Australia will lock horns in the postponed final Royal London one-day international on Monday, with Kate Cross confident the hosts can replicate their performance from Taunton.
Glen Robertson
25th July 2015
England will not change their approach for the final Royal London one-day international of the Women's Ashes series, according to Lydia Greenway.