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David Clark
2nd February 2016
South Africa have named their squads for the upcoming one-day international and T20 international series against England women.
Matt Somerford
1st February 2016
All-rounder Georgia Elwiss is enjoying life under new England women Head Coach Mark Robinson as they prepare for his first series in charge.
David Clark
31st January 2016
In her own words, Kate Cross is “sweet all day, every day,” but what else do you know about the England women bowler?
David Clark
29th January 2016
Batter Lauren Winfield has provided an insight into the fitness work put in behind the scenes as England women prepare for the one-day international series against South Africa.
ecb.co.uk News
29th January 2016
Georgia Elwiss will be blogging exclusively for ecb.co.uk during England women's tour of South Africa. In the first instalment she discusses new faces, altitude, and an unsuccessful wet weather contingency plan.
ecb.co.uk News
28th January 2016
Katherine Brunt admits reaching the milestone of 100 one-day international wickets would mean “everything” ahead of England women's three-match series in South Africa.
Callum Dent
24th January 2016
England internationals Adil Rashid and Charlotte Edwards were both voted as the second best players in the men and women's Big Bash League respectively while Heather Knight was third.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd January 2016
Surrey all-rounder Natalie Sciver has been ruled out of England women’s three-match one-day international series in South Africa next month due to an ankle injury, with Tammy Beaumont replacing her in the squad.
Callum Dent
22nd January 2016
Skipper Heather Knight could not lead Hobart Hurricanes into the Women's Big Bash League final as Sydney Sixers set up a final showdown with city rivals Sydney Thunder on Sunday.
Callum Dent
21st January 2016
England internationals Charlotte Edwards and Katherine Brunt's Perth Scorchers missed out on a place in the Women's Big Bash League final after they were narrowly beaten by Sydney Thunder.