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Callum Dent
16th February 2015
Ireland started their World Cup Pool B campaign in emphatic fashion, defeating West Indies by four wickets at the Saxton Oval in Nelson.
Bibhash Dash
15th February 2015
England Head Coach Peter Moores feels James Taylor’s display against Australia shows just how well he can expose a bowling attack when given the chance.
Callum Dent
15th February 2015
Lauren Winfield has urged England women to bounce back in the three-match Twenty20 series with New Zealand following a nine-wicket defeat in the third and final ICC Women’s Championship one-day international.
ecb.co.uk News
15th February 2015
England’s 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup qualification campaign is still on track following a 2-1 loss against New Zealand in the final pairing of round two in the ICC Women’s Championship.
ecb.co.uk News
15th February 2015
Rachel Priest and Amy Satterthwaite shared an unbroken second-wicket stand of 156 to lead New Zealand women to a nine-wicket victory over England in the third and final ICC Women’s Championship one-day international.
Charlotte Edwards
Lauren Winfield
Heather Knight
Laura Marsh
Amy Satterthwaite
Rachel Priest
Charlotte Edwards
ecb.co.uk News
15th February 2015
Images from the third one-day international between New Zealand women and England women at the Bay Oval.
Bibhash Dash
15th February 2015
Virat Kohli struck yet another century for India, who began their Pool B campaign with their biggest World Cup win over Pakistan.
ecb.co.uk News
15th February 2015
South Africa brushed records aside to beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs, as the Proteas’ World Cup campaign began in emphatic style.
Will Jackson
14th February 2015
Eoin Morgan was left to rue a disappointing performance after his England side fell to a 111-run defeat in their opening World Cup match against Australia.
Callum Dent
14th February 2015
England opened their World Cup Pool A campaign with a 111-run defeat to co-hosts Australia despite James Taylor’s excellent 98 in front of 84,336 people at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.