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1st February 2015
As the senior England women’s team arrive in New Zealand for a tour that begins with their latest fixtures in the ICC Women's Championship, a group of 10 young pace bowlers are nearing the end of a training camp in South Africa that should bear rich dividends in the future.
Matt Somerford
25th January 2015
England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor was unable to help bring an end to the New South Wales’ Breakers dominance of Australia’s Women’s National Cricket League. News
24th January 2015
The England women’s performance squad and England Women’s Academy have both ventured away from the ECB’s training base at the National Cricket Performance Centre in Loughborough this winter to take part in a series of challenging team building and leadership scenarios. News
23rd January 2015
Sarah Taylor hit the winning runs as South Australian Scorpions advanced into the final of the Australian Women’s National Cricket League with a three-wicket victory over Konica Minolta Queensland Fire.
Callum Dent
22nd January 2015
Charlotte Edwards is relishing locking horns with a former team-mate when England women tour New Zealand next month. News
21st January 2015
Sixteen young England fast bowlers from across the men’s and women’s development programmes will travel to the High Performance Institute of Sport in Potchefstroom in the next month to take part in intensive skill based and strength and conditioning training camps. News
19th January 2015
Rebecca Grundy and Laura Marsh have returned from groin and shoulder injuries respectively to be in England's 15-player squad to tour New Zealand in February. News
15th January 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has paid tribute to Sir Jack Hayward, who died at the age of 91 on Tuesday. News
4th January 2015
It is not just the England men’s team that has a busy 2015 ahead of them. Charlotte Edwards’ side also have plenty to look forward to over the next 12 months. Inside looks at what is on the agenda for the women. News
29th December 2014
Kate Cross has highlighted the importance a successful tour to New Zealand can have on England’s position in the International Cricket Council Women’s Championship.