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29th March 2016
England Women's Academy made it two wins from two in their tour of Sri Lanka after claiming a seven-wicket win over Australia A.
Callum Dent
29th March 2016
Sussex women have announced the signing of England international Danni Wyatt from Nottinghamshire.
Rob Barnett
28th March 2016
Charlotte Edwards wants two England wins on Wednesday when the women's and men's teams play their ICC World Twenty20 semi-finals in a double-header.
ecb.co.uk News
27th March 2016
Charlotte Edwards was delighted after England women produced their "best performance of the World Cup so far" to secure top spot in Group B with a 68-run win over Pakistan.
ecb.co.uk News
27th March 2016
Captain Charlotte Edwards led from the front as England eased past Pakistan to book an ICC Women's World Twenty20 semi-final meeting with defending champions Australia.
Callum Dent
26th March 2016
Charlotte Edwards is hoping a return to Chennai will bring the best out of England as they go in search of an ICC Women's World Twenty20 semi-final place against Pakistan tomorrow.
Callum Dent
24th March 2016
Jenny Gunn declared she does not mind how wins arrive at the ICC Women's World Twenty20 after England overcame a major batting collapse to edge past West Indies in a last-ball thriller.
Callum Dent
24th March 2016
England moved closer to an ICC Women's World Twenty20 semi-final place after beating West Indies by one wicket in a last-ball thriller in Dharamsala.
Rob Barnett
23rd March 2016
England will have the upper hand when they face fellow heavyweights West Indies in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 on Thursday, according to vice-captain Heather Knight.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd March 2016
Georgia Elwiss is blogging exclusively for ecb.co.uk during the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in India. In her second instalment she reflects on meeting the Dalai Lama, fun and games on the team bus in Delhi and England winning their first two group games.