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Merissa Aguilleira & Charlotte Edwards
Kycia Knight & Stafanie Taylor
Stafanie Taylor
Natalie Sciver
Rebecca Grundy
Anya Shrubsole
Charlotte Edwards
Stafanie Taylor
Sarah Taylor
Deandra Dottin
Deandra Dottin
Jodie Dibble
Merissa Aguilleira & Charlotte Edwards
ecb.co.uk News
24th March 2014
Images from England Women's opening contest of the World Twenty20 against West Indies in Bangladesh
ecb.co.uk News
24th March 2014
Jenny Gunn blogs from inside the England Women's camp ahead of their opening game of the World Twenty20 against West Indies.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd March 2014
England might not face a tougher test than their opening assignment in the Women’s World Twenty20, according to captain Charlotte Edwards.
Rob Barnett
22nd March 2014
Sarah Taylor, the Women's Twenty20 international cricketer of the year, says Australia, New Zealand and West Indies will be England’s main challengers for the Women's World Twenty20 title.
David Clark
21st March 2014
Anya Shrubsole says she is enjoying life as the spearhead of England Women’s bowling attack after playing a pivotal role in the demolition of New Zealand.
Rob Barnett
21st March 2014
Stunning figures from seamer Anya Shrubsole and uncapped spinner Rebecca Grundy skittled New Zealand for 48 en route to a facile Women’s World Twenty20 warm-up win for England by eight wickets at Savar.
David Clark
20th March 2014
Jenny Gunn is eager to step up her World Twenty20 preparations when England Women face New Zealand in their second warm-up match.
ecb.co.uk News
19th March 2014
Members of the England Women's cricket team visited the Acid Survivors Foundation in Dhaka to see how UK aid has helped thousands of women and children who have been disfigured in acid attacks.
Rob Barnett
18th March 2014
Lydia Greenway believes England Women’s narrow warm-up victory over Pakistan will stand them in good stead when the World Twenty20 starts next week.
Rob Barnett
18th March 2014
England Women nervously won their World Twenty20 warm-up with Pakistan, scraping home by two wickets with a ball to spare in Dhaka.