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ecb.co.uk News
7th July 2014
England Women's Academy recorded an emphatic 221-run victory over Chigwell School Boys, thanks to hundreds from openers Georgia Adams and Tash Miles.
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2nd July 2014
England Women’s cricketer Jodie Dibble underwent surgery on Wednesday morning to help address symptoms associated with pain in her left shoulder.
ecb.co.uk News
30th June 2014
Tammy Beaumont struck an unbeaten 92 as Kent maintained their position at the top of the Royal London Women's One-Day Cup Division One table courtesy of a resounding nine-wicket victory over Nottinghamshire.
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25th June 2014
England Women’s Academy registered one victory and one defeat from their opening two games of the 2014 summer.
James O'Brien
23rd June 2014
Charlotte Edwards and Tammy Beaumont shared a 253-run opening partnership to inspire Kent to a comfortable victory over Sussex in the Royal London Women's One-Day Cup Division One.
Rob Barnett
9th June 2014
The Rubies won this year’s Super 3s 50-over competition as Charlotte Edwards’ unbeaten 50 completed a comfortable victory over the Sapphires in a rain-reduced game at Loughborough on Saturday.
ecb.co.uk News
3rd June 2014
Captain Lydia Greenway led from the front as the Emeralds got their Super 3s campaign back on track with a 49-run win over the Sapphires.
ecb.co.uk News
31st May 2014
Katherine Brunt believes the new contract system for the England Women players will help extend her career until the 2017 World Cup.
ecb.co.uk News
27th May 2014
Charlotte Edwards continued her blistering start to the new season with an unbeaten century as Kent beat Warwickshire by 10 wickets in the Royal London Women’s One-Day Cup.
Rob Barnett
19th May 2014
Impressive performances from Charlotte Edwards and several other England Women stars could not stop a Rest of the World XI from beating MCC by 41 runs at Lord’s.