A thirteen-strong MCC Women’s touring party, captained by former England Women’s Academy batsman, Beth Wild, will leave for the Netherlands on Monday 16 July, for the Club’s third overseas tour of 2012.
England Women completed a superb turnaround to beat India 3-2 in their ODI series - after starting with two consecutive defeats.
Lord's TV had the privilege of meeting 100-year-old Eileen Whelan Ash - former England cricketer and recent MCC Honorary Life Member.
Charlotte Edwards' all conquering England Women take on India at Lord's, in the last match before the Ground hosts the Olympic Games archery competition.
Seven MCC Young Cricketers and MCC Universities women are among the 14-player squad named in Charlotte Edwards' squad to face India in five ODIs and two T20Is.
In her exclusive blog for Lords.org, Charlotte Edwards speaks of her pride at being the first woman on MCC's World Cricket committee - and it's good for the women's game.
England Women’s captain and Nottinghamshire CCC’s captain, Charlotte Edwards and Chris Read, have been back to school to deliver an MCC Spirit of Cricket & Chance to Shine assembly.
England captain Charlotte Edwards has described MCC's contribution to women's cricket as 'vital' after her side trounced New Zealand and South Africa this winter.
MCC Women's Young Cricketer Sarah Taylor became the youngest women to pass 2,000 ODI runs, scoring a century as as England whitewashed New Zealand.
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