England captain Charlotte Edwards has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week after two outstanding innings helped her side maintain a 14-match unbeaten run in New Zealand.
In the first two matches of the One-Day International series that England would sweep 3-0, Edwards scored 84 and then an unbeaten 137 in 88 balls.
A virtuoso performance from captain Charlotte Edwards blasted England Women to victory over New Zealand Women in the second One-Day International in Lincoln.
In a match reduced to 26 overs per side due to rain, Edwards smashed an unbeaten 137 in 88 balls to hand her side a 59-run win to put them into an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
England quick bowler Jenny Gunn has been reported to the International Cricket Council (ICC) for bowling with a suspected illegal action.
She was reported following England's five-wicket win in the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Lincoln by umpires Derek Walker and Phil Jones.
England Women eased to victory in the first of three One-Day Internationals against New Zealand Women at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval. Charlotte Edwards and Laura Marsh were the standout players for the visitors, while Sara McGlashan hit 74 for the home side.
England Women wrapped up a 4-0 series win over New Zealand as they won the fifth and final Twenty20 International in Invercargill by five wickets.
New Zealand reached 109 for six batting first but despite Morna Nielsen returning figures of four for ten, England got home with seven balls in hand.
The fourth Twenty20 International between New Zealand Women and England Women was abandoned without a ball being bowled in Invercargill.
Heavy rain means that the two sides move on to the final match at the same venue on Sunday (26th February) with England still leading the series 3-0.
England Women went three up with two to play and thus secured a series victory in their five-match Twenty20 series against New Zealand Women following a rain-assisted win in the third match in Auckland.
England Women took a 2-0 lead in their five-match Twenty20 International series against New Zealand Women with a 48-run win in the second game in Hamilton.
England posted a winning score of 166 for seven as Laura Marsh and Sarah Taylor struck 48 and 45 respectively before New Zealand were bowled out for 118 in reply.
England Women continued their perfect record since arriving in New Zealand with a convincing six-wicket win over New Zealand Women in the first Twenty20 International in Wellington.
After the home side managed to reach just 80 for nine from 20 overs, England raced to their victory target in 17.4 overs in a low-scoring game.
England Women completed a perfect record in their programme of warm-up matches for their limited overs series in New Zealand by beating an emerging players side by 54 runs in the second of two Twenty20 games in Lincoln.
Lydia Greenway top scored with 46 as England posted 140 for eight and their bowlers were once again in impressive form to restrict their opponents to just 86 for five.
England Women continued their impressive start on tour in New Zealand by crushing a New Zealand Emerging Players side by eight wickets in a Twenty20 game in Lincoln.
Their bowlers restricted the home side to a meagre 86 for six and their victory target was reached inside 13 overs as Sarah Taylor made an unbeaten 43 in 24 balls.
Charlotte Edwards cracked a century and Anya Shrubsole returned figures of five for five as England Women began their tour of New Zealand with a 181-run win over a New Zealand Emerging Players side in Lincoln.
Edwards scored 123 as England closed on 292 for nine before Shrubsole's haul helped her side dismiss the New Zealanders for 111 in 38.1 overs.
England off-spinner Danielle Hazell talks to us ahead of her side's tour to New Zealand where they play One-Day International and Twenty20 Internationals.
The tour gets underway on 17th February and Hazell talks about the team's preparations, her own introduction to the game and the vital work being performed by Chance To Shine to increase participation levels in cricket among women and girls.
All-rounder Suzie Bates has been named as the new captain of the New Zealand Women's cricket team following the retirement of Aimee Watkins earlier this year.
Bates has played 40 One-Day Internationals and 34 Twenty20 Internationals including her side's runs to the finals of the 2009 ICC Women's World Cup, 2009 ICC Women's World Twenty20 and 2010 ICC Women's World Twenty20 competitions.