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David Clark
8th May 2016
If the number-one ranked women's T20 bowler who terrorises top-order batters across all formats is your favourite, vote Anya Shrubsole as your player of the year in our We Are England Cricket Fan Award.
Rob Barnett
29th April 2016
The women's county season starts on Sunday and Yorkshire captain Lauren Winfield is “massively confident” her team can emulate their male counterparts by winning back-to-back titles. News
29th April 2016
England Women cricketers Kate Cross and Danielle Wyatt paid a special visit to Waitrose Cheadle Hulme to announce a series of national Chance to Shine Summer Camps. News
28th April 2016
Warwickshire women's team is targeting success in all formats in 2016 after making two eye-catching signings to inject proven quality and experience to the young talent already on board. News
28th April 2016
Lancashire Thunder are confident of a successful campaign in this summer’s inaugural Kia Women’s Super League after completing an exciting recruitment drive. News
21st April 2016
From a pool of over 200 potential players, the final 90 who will compete in the inaugural edition of the Kia Super League have been confirmed by the England and Wales Cricket Board. News
14th April 2016
Eighteen of the best international women’s cricketers from across the world will play in the Kia Super League this summer, after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced which overseas players will appear in the inaugural edition of the competition. News
11th April 2016
Kia Motors will extend its support of the England women’s cricket team after the ECB today announced a renewal of it's partnership with the car manufacturer for a further two years, up until the end of May 2018. News
10th April 2016
England Women’s Academy had a mixed set of results in their Twenty20 double-header against Australia Shooting Stars, emphatically winning the first match by eight wickets before a thrilling one-run defeat in the second. News
7th April 2016
Fran Wilson's half-century came in vain as England Women's Academy lost by two wickets against Australia A in the final match of their tour of Sri Lanka.