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18th May 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that Joe Root and Charlotte Edwards have been named, respectively, as the England Men’s and England Women’s Cricketer of the Year for 2014-2015. News
18th May 2015
England captain Charlotte Edwards has helped to kick-start promotion for this summer’s Women’s Ashes series at schools across Somerset.
Andy Wilson
11th May 2015
May 10 was already a special date for the sporting Cross family, but England star Kate can now rival her footballing dad David after marking the 35th anniversary of his FA Cup triumph with West Ham with a stunning eight-wicket performance for Heywood in the Central Lancashire League. News
5th May 2015
Surrey held their nerve in a thrilling finale to beat Berkshire by two runs as they started their Royal London Women's One-Day Cup Division One campaign with two wins over the bank holiday weekend.
Rob Barnett
29th April 2015
Georgia Elwiss starred with bat and ball as the tourists made it three wins from three over Sri Lanka A to end the England women spin camp in Colombo on a high. News
29th April 2015
Left-arm spinner Becky Grundy blogs from the inaugural England women’s batting and spin camp in Colombo. News
29th April 2015
England and Kent CCC women’s captain, Charlotte Edwards, will be bidding to record a record-breaking seventh women’s county championship title this summer, as her Kent team take on Yorkshire and old rivals Sussex in the opening round of the Royal London Women’s One-Day Cup this Bank Holiday weekend.
Bibhash Dash
28th April 2015
The England women’s team are not only ensuring a productive batting and spin bowling camp in Sri Lanka, but Heather Knight and her team-mates are also taking time out to inspire the next generation of youngsters. 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.