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Women's cricket
14 Aug 2013

How women changed cricket

In her latest blog for Lords.org, cricket historian Zoe English looks at how women may have invented overam bowling and trialled the first non-red cricket balls.

Heather Knight

Knight ton no surprise to former coach

England's Women's Ashes Test hero Heather Knight's brilliant 158 came as no surprise to her former MCC Young Cricketers Coach Alan Duncan.

Charlotte Edwards
09 Aug 2013

Taylor expecting women's epic

Ex-England batter Claire Taylor says England Women will be 'smarting' after recent high-profile defeats to arch rivals Australia as the two sides prepare for their Ashes series.

Sarah Taylor
07 Aug 2013

Eng v Aus Women at Lord's to be televised on YouTube

The England v Australia Women's Ashes NatWest ODI at Lord's on Tuesday 20 August will be televised on the ECB YouTube channel.

Natalie Sciver
11 Jun 2013

Sciver and Winfield set for England debuts

MCC Women's Young Cricketers Lauren Winfield and Natalie Sciver are set to make their England debuts after being named in a 15-player squad to face Pakistan in July.

England women batter Sarah Taylor

Sarah Taylor in MCC YC squad

England internationals Sarah Taylor, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones and Danni Wyatt lead a 12-strong MCC Women’s Young Cricketers squad announced by MCC and ECB for the 2013 season.

UAE win for MCC U19s

MCC's first ever Women's age-group team have beaten Sussex U19s to win the Arabian Challenge (ARCH) Trophy in the UAE.

Women's cricket
11 Feb 2013

MCC select first Women's U19 team

MCC has announced that a fourteen-strong MCC U19 Women’s squad will represent the Club in the inaugural U19 Women’s ARCH Trophy in Abu Dhabi and Dubai from Monday 18 – Saturday 23 February.

Sarah Taylor
30 Jan 2013

Sarah Taylor can excel

Sarah Taylor can excel in the spotlight at the ICC Women's World Cup, according to her former England teammate Claire Taylor.

Claire Taylor
29 Jan 2013

Pressure on England's top order

Claire Taylor, part of England's 2009 ICC World Cup winning team, believes the current side's top-order batters need to fire if they're to defend the trophy in India this February.

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