Category Archives: Women’s cricket

“Women’s Tests dying slow death” Clare Connor: listen now

PODCAST: Peter Baxter heads to Loughborough to watch the Womens Super-4s – the best 50 cricketers in the country fighting for spots in representative sides. He speaks to former England allrounder Clare Connor, among others, about just how much is … Continue reading

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Born To Be Queen

England’s captain and opening bat Charlotte Edwards became the most capped one-day player in women’s cricket during the recent series in Sri Lanka, making her 142nd ODI appearance. Claire Taylor , who has played 122, tells what keeps her skipper … Continue reading

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Passing The Test

Passing The Test November 2010 Josh Burrows reports on the state of the women’s game in England and the constant challenges for recognition Photograph: Tom Shaw/ Getty Images In 2009 a rampant England women’s team won the World Cup, the … Continue reading

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Benj Moorehead: Women's game needs attention

Trickling along under the current of this summer’s fixture fudge is the women’s game. England have a handful of T20s and ODIs against New Zealand and Ireland, beginning on June 29. What they mean, where they fit into the barely … Continue reading

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Sam Collins: Will England's men follow women's lead?

England’s women get their tour of the West Indies underway tomorrow as holders of the World Cup, the World Twenty20 and the Ashes. It is a position of strength that has allowed them to arrive in St. Kitts without two … Continue reading

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