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David Clark
17th March 2016
Charlotte Edwards made her first format fifty since September 2014 as England women began their ICC Women’s World Twenty20 campaign with a comfortable 36-run win over Bangladesh.
ecb.co.uk News
16th March 2016
Charlotte Edwards is hoping England can carry the momentum from their warm-up games when they kick off their ICC Women's World Twenty20 campaign against Bangladesh in Bangalore.
ecb.co.uk News
16th March 2016
Stafanie Taylor top-scored with 40 as West Indies claimed a four-run victory over Pakistan in their ICC Women's World Twenty20 Group B opener.
ecb.co.uk News
15th March 2016
Hosts India posted their highest T20 score to open their ICC Women's World Twenty20 account with a comfortable 72-run victory over Bangladesh while New Zealand easily beat Sri Lanka.
Rob Barnett
14th March 2016
Heather Knight described England’s three ICC World Twenty20 warm-ups, all victories, as like “absolute gold” after she helped to brush South Africa aside with bat and ball.
Rob Barnett
14th March 2016
England women made it three wins from three in their ICC World Twenty20 warm-ups by restricting South Africa to 101 for seven and then knocking off the runs with 3.3 overs and seven wickets to spare in Chennai.
ecb.co.uk News
14th March 2016
Georgia Elwiss will be blogging exclusively for ecb.co.uk during the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in India. In the first installment she reveals her thoughts on England's warm-up double over New Zealand, the voluntary Super Over played against the White Ferns and how the girls spent their rest day in Chennai.
David Clark
12th March 2016
Tammy Beaumont has warned England’s ICC Women’s World Twenty20 rivals that the best is yet to come despite beating New Zealand for the second time in as many days.
David Clark
12th March 2016
Tammy Beaumont’s half-century laid the platform for England women to complete a warm-up double over New Zealand with a 20-run victory ahead of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20.
Callum Dent
11th March 2016
Katherine Brunt believes the thrilling warm-up win over New Zealand in Chennai tested all the skills England will require to be successful at the ICC Women's World Twenty20.