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13 May 2014

In focus: Heather Knight

Ahead of the inaugural match between MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson looks at England Ashes winner Heather Knight.

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In focus: Sarah Taylor

Ahead of the inaugural MCC v Rest of the World's women match on Monday 19 May at Lord's, cricket writer Raf Nicholson looks at England's star talent.

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Edwards: "It will be great to play against the world's best players"

England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards and Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry are among the stars of women's cricket named in the women's MCC v Rest of the World match on Monday 19 May.

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24 Feb 2014

Lord's to host England v India Women's ODI

Lord’s Cricket Ground will host England and India Women in the final match of the Royal London ODI series on Monday 25 August.

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Edwards secures historic Ashes win

Few women have achieved more in the game than England's record run scorer and double World Cup winner captain Charlotte Edwards.

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29 Jan 2014

Charlotte Edwards ecstatic after retaining Ashes

England have retained the Women's Ashes after winning the first Twenty20 international against Australia in Hobart.

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20 Aug 2013

England v Australia - photo gallery

Photos from on and off the field as England and Australia Women meet in their Ashes Series NatWest ODI at Lord's.

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20 Aug 2013

Southern Stars strangle England to win ODI

Australia Women took a two-point lead in the Ashes Series after a middle-order collapse condemned England to defeat in the first NatWest Series ODI at Lord's.

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19 Aug 2013

Women's Ashes gets serious at Lord's

The Women's Ashes Series arrives at Lord's on Tuesday 20 August evenly poised, after England and Australia drew the one-off Test at Wormsley.

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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.

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