England women

Trailblazer Jan Brittin passes away at 58

Trailblazer Jan Brittin passes away at 58

English batter remains highest run-getter as well as the scorer of most centuries in women’s Test cricket read more

Lottie bids adieu to league cricket

Former England captain announces retirement after WSL final read more

Edwards retires from professional cricket

Former England captain, and Vipers captain, bows out after defeat in WSL final read more

Ralph Dellor passes away aged 69

He began his broadcasting career in 1970, and has coached several teams, including England Women and Norway read more

Broadcast boost for Women's Ashes

Six limited-overs fixtures to be aired live on television, lone day-night Test will be streamed online

Stokes wants England to right second Test 'wrongs'
  • AFP
  • Jul 25, 2017

“No one’s fight or desire to perform for England is ever going to get questioned,” says star allrounder of his teammates

From Dottin's mask to Harmanpreet's blitz - the World Cup in pictures

The 2017 edition saw innovations and multiple moments of brilliance, raising the bar for women's cricket

Shrubsole breaks into top ten

Harmanpreet Kaur moves up to No. 6 in ICC rankings for Women’s ODI batters, Raut gains five places

Women's World Cup 2017: Giant leap for womankind

The World Cup had its share of glitches, but the tournament has brought to light what these talented cricketers are truly capable of

Women's cricket is the talk of the town

PRINT RUN: The WWC continues to dominate headlines, India’s return to the old fort in Sri Lanka, Panesar speaks on his life after cricket, and more

Thank you for the entertainment, ladies

TRENDING: The Women's World Cup continues to be a big hit on social media, India gear up for Sri Lanka Tests, Akhtar's unusual record, Afridi's documentary and more

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