Question and Answer : Women's Cricketxxx
Q: Good Morning,
My fiancee has been playing cricket for many years and has represented both Hampshire and Dorset at county level. She is also a level 1 qualified coach and recently qualified as an umpire.
She has for many years also played mens cricket for a club called Langley Manor, on Saturday bowled and took a hat-trick, i was wondering if you would put a small piece on your website to promote womens cricket.
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A: If you want to send us some details of her hat-trick etc we'll see what we can do - email firstname.lastname@example.org
A: Hi - It's in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire. Please see the club's own website on play-cricket for full details and a map link
Q: My daughter is interested in watching the England u15 or u17 girls during 2007. When will their schedule of matches be available and would she simply be able to turn up and watch or would she need to pre register her interest ?
A: England Development XI matches are included in the details here: ECB guide to Women's Fixtures 2007. Turn-up and watching is generally the order for all these matches
Q: hi i'm a young lady from south africa. i love to play cricket and i'm not too bad at it. i was wondering, because my boyfriend and i will be coming to england for a couple of years, would it be possible for me to play for one of your ladies' or girls sides once i am there? and how would i go about doing this?
A: Get in touch with our Women's Regional Cricket Managers and they'll help you find a club should you come over and want to play
Q: HEY I WAS JUST WONDERING WHAT A GIRL WOULD NEED TO QUALIFY FOR PLAYING WOMENS CRICKET WOTH ENGLAND? I THINK ITS ABSOLUTLY AZAMING FOR YOU TO HAVE DONE SOMETHING FOR GIRLS I WAS AMAZED AS I WAS SURFING THOUGH THIS WEBSITE TO FIND THAT THERE IS CRICKET FOR FEMALES IS FANTASTIC!
A: Need to be qualified to play for England, and then rise to a sufficient level to be selected; probably having played county cricket and Super 4s.
A: Please see ECB Fast Bowling Directives for details
A: Not sure what you mean by world champion cricketers?
A: England won the inaugural championship in 1973 - see Women's cricket - history for some more info
A: More than 500 at present.
A: Don't have latest current figures. Can tell you in 2003 there were in excess of two million participants in girls’ cricket.