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ecb.co.uk News
28th April 2015
This summer, England women’s cricketers will visit Chance to Shine primary and secondary schools surrounding the seven Women’s Ashes venues to inspire pupils to play cricket, alongside encouraging them to come along and watch England in action against Australia in July and August.
Will Jackson
26th April 2015
A second consecutive half-century from Dani Wyatt and three wickets apiece for Dan Hazell and Alex Hartley continued England's winning start to their camp in Sri Lanka.
Matt Somerford
23rd April 2015
England women began their batting and spin bowling camp in Colombo with a low-scoring 10-run victory over Sri Lanka A.
Matt Somerford
22nd April 2015
There can be few players, if any, who can claim to have won an Ashes series before they have even made a first-team debut for their childhood club. Not England women’s seamer Kate Cross.
ecb.co.uk News
20th April 2015
England women’s fast bowler Kate Cross has become the first woman to play in the 123-year-old Central Lancashire League, after making her debut for Heywood Cricket Club men’s first XI away at Clifton Cricket Club on Sunday.
ecb.co.uk News
17th April 2015
England women’s vice-captain, Heather Knight, will lead a 12-strong group of players from across the England women’s cricket pathway in three one-day matches against a Sri Lanka Women’s “A” team.
ecb.co.uk News
14th April 2015
England women captain Charlotte Edwards received her Commander of the British Empire (CBE) medal for services to cricket from HM The Queen in an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle.
ecb.co.uk News
13th April 2015
England women batter Lydia Greenway is relishing the prospect of giving the sell-out crowds at 'Fortress Chelmsford' the chance to witness more success during this year's Ashes.
ecb.co.uk News
12th April 2015
England Women’s Academy lost their two-match Twenty20 series to Australia Women Shooting Stars with a closely-fought eight-run defeat in Dubai.
Matt Somerford
11th April 2015
England Women’s Academy failed to build on a strong opening stand as they fell to a six-wicket defeat to Australia Women Shooting Stars in their opening Twenty20 in Dubai.