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Castore announce electric ODI kit for England Cricket teams
The partnership between the ECB and premium sportswear brand Castore goes from strength to strength with the final release of the summer: the Official England Cricket One Day International (ODI) Kit. The ODI collection, designed by Castore in collaboration with England players, features a bespoke design with a geometric print that represents the passion and intensity shared between England players
ECB appoint Bedbrook as new England Women’s Head of Performance Pathways
Richard Bedbrook has been appointed as the new England Women’s Head of Performance Pathways.
In his new role, Richard will oversee the England Women’s A and Under-19 programmes to help develop players for international cricket. Bedbrook will start in the role in late June 2022, following the completion of the Charlotte Edwards Cup. An early focus will be to prepare for the inaugural ICC U19 Wom
England Cricket and Castore unveil a fresh take on a classic kit
The long-term partnership between the ECB and premium sportswear brand Castore continues with the latest launch of the England Cricket Test Collection. Castore offers a fresh take on a classic kit which is designed with performance in mind.
Key players and leadership groups across the men’s and women’s teams collaborated with Castore to create a high-performance Test kit that is specific to the
Anya Shrubsole announces international retirement
England Women’s 2017 World Cup hero Anya Shrubsole has announced her retirement from the international game, ending a 14-year career at the highest level.
Shrubsole, a two-time ICC Women’s World Cup winner and two-time Ashes winner, was awarded an MBE after bowling her side to a famous and dramatic victory off the back of record figures (6-46) at Lord’s in 2017.
The 30-year-old, who star
CASTORE UNVEIL NEW PERFORMANCE-FOCUSED IT20 KIT FOR ENGLAND CRICKET TEAMS COLLABORATION
Earlier this week the long-term partnership between the ECB and Castore was launched with the high-performance training range for all of England’s national teams – including Women, Disability, Pathway and Men. Following on from the training kits, the IT20 kit has been released today. The three lions are at the heart of the bespoke kit design, which will be worn by the England men’s team at the upc
Australia Women win ICC Women's Cricket World Cup despite Sciver ton
Australia Women 356-5 beat England Women 285 by 71 runs
Alyssa Healy hit a memorable 170 as Australia Women beat England Women by 71 runs to win the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup.
Healy's innings - the highest ever in an ICC Cricket World Cup final - helped catapult Australia to a record 365-5, and despite a fine, spirited century in reply from Nat Sciver, England never looked likely to over
Wyatt and Ecclestone take England Women to ICC Women's World Cup Final
England Women 293-8 beat South Africa Women 156 by 137 runs
A superb century from Danni Wyatt and a maiden international five-for for Sophie Ecclestone saw England Women beat South Africa Women by 137 runs and qualify for the ICC Women's World Cup Final.
Wyatt embraced the pressure of a World Cup semi-final to score her second ODI century, a fine innings that took England Women to 293-8. Ecc
England Women qualify for World Cup semi-finals with Bangladesh win
England Women 234-6 beat Bangladesh Women 134 by 100 runs
England Women qualified for the ICC Women's World Cup semi-finals with an emphatic victory over Bangladesh in Wellington.
It completes a turnaround for the holders who were faced with winning four consecutive games to qualify after losing their opening three matches.
Bangladesh kept it tight with the ball and contained well after H
Clinical England Women see off Pakistan in Christchurch
England Women 107-1 beat Pakistan Women 105 by nine wickets
England Women moved into the top four of the standings in the ICC Women's World Cup with an emphatic victory over Pakistan in Christchurch.
Katherine Brunt returned to form with 3-17, and Pakistan never really got going after she dismissed Nahida Khan from the first ball of the innings.
England's seamers and Sophie Ecclestone (3-
England Women win thriller at Eden Park
England Women 204-9 beat New Zealand Women 203 by one wicket
England Women scraped over the line in a thriller at Eden Park to win their second of four must-win games and maintain their hopes of reaching the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup semi-finals.
Up against hosts New Zealand at Eden Park, they were well placed at the interval after the bowlers combined brilliantly to bowl out Sophie Devi
England Women on the board after victory over India
England Women 136-6 beat India Women 134 by four wickets
England Women kept their ICC Women's World Cup hopes alive with a four-wicket win over India in Mount Maunganui.
Needing to win all four of their remaining games to be in with a chance of making the semi-finals, Heather Knight's bowlers stood up to bowl India out for just 134.
Anya Shrubsole got her team going in a much improved per
South Africa overcome England in Mount Maunganui
South Africa Women 236-7 beat England Women 235-9 by three wickets
South Africa Women got over the line in another nervy World Cup encounter to consign England Women to their third defeat from three games.
With four games left, Heather Knight's team are still able to qualify for the semi-finals but in all likelihood will need to win all four games and rely on other results going their way.
England Women lose to West Indies in Dunedin
West Indies Women 225-6 beat England Women 216 by 7 runs
England Women fell to another narrow defeat in their second ICC Women's World Cup match, losing to West Indies by 7 runs in Dunedin.
In a topsy-turvy encounter, Heather Knight's side were indebted to Sophie Ecclestone - with both bat and ball - and the young left-arm spinner nearly won it for her team after a fine ninth-wicket partner
England Women fall short despite Sciver century
Australia Women 310-3 beat England Women 298-8 by 12 runs
England Women narrowly lost their ICC Women's World Cup opener against Australia Women in Hamilton despite a brave chase.
Set a record 311 to win, Tammy Beaumont (74) and Nat Sciver (109*) took England to 298-8 but with 16 needed from the final over it wasn't quite enough, with Heather Knight's team falling 12 runs short.
UNDER EMBARGO (7:30am FRIDAY 4 MARCH 2022): ECB LAUNCHES NEW WOMEN’S & GIRLS’ PLATFORM WE GOT GAME TO TURBOCHARGE THE PROFILE OF WOMEN’S CRICKET
UNDER EMBARGO (7:30am FRIDAY 4 MARCH 2022): LINK TO ALL ASSETS AND CONTENT - https://we.tl/t-A2VHsHME5D
As the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 kicks off in New Zealand, and England Women look to defend their title, We Got Game goes live with a standalone Instagram channel and content inspired by both professional and grassroots players
We Got Game is a new platform designed to e
England Women to host South Africa and India in 2022
England Women will host South Africa and India in the summer of 2022, with visits to Lord's and the Riverside Ground.
South Africa will be the first visitors from June-July, competing in a multi-format series which takes in an LV= Insurance Test match, three Royal London Internationals and three Vitality IT20s.
After the Commonwealth Games and The Hundred, India will be the opponents for thr
England Women announce ICC Women's World Cup Squad
England Women have announced their squad for the ICC Women’s World Cup in New Zealand.
Fifteen players have been chosen to try and retain the trophy that Heather Knight’s team lifted at Lord’s in 2017, alongside two travelling reserves.
England Women’s Squad
Heather Knight (Western Storm, cap)
Tammy Beaumont (Lightning)
Katherine Brunt (Northern Diamonds)
Freya Davies (South Eas
Australia Women win Women's Ashes 12-4
Australia Women 164-2 beat England Women 163 by 8 wickets
Australia Women won the final ODI at Junction Oval to take a clean-sweep in the ODI leg of the multi-format series and finish up 12-4 winners in the Women's Ashes.
Meg Lanning's side knocked off England's total of 163 for the loss of two wickets.
The England Women's team travel to New Zealand for the ICC Women's World Cup on Fe
Australia Women win Ashes outright after ODI victory
Australia Women 131-5 beat England Women 129 by five wickets
Australia Women won the second ODI to win the Women's Ashes outright after a disappointing performance from England Women in Melbourne.
The hosts bowled out Heather Knight's team for 129 and chased the total down for the loss of five wickets.
The result means Australia Women go 10-4 up in the multi-format series with one match l
Australia Women retain the Women's Ashes with ODI win
Australia Women 205-9 beat England Women 178 by 27 runs
Australia Women won the first Women's Ashes ODI by 27 runs to go 8-4 up in the multi-format series and retain the Women's Ashes.
At the half-way stage England looked well set to be in the game after bowling brilliantly to restrict the hosts to 205-9, but Darcie Brown (4-34) and the Australian bowlers took wickets consistently to take th