Women's Ashes

England Women's trio inspire next generation

England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards and team-mates Lydia Greenway and Tammy Beaumont have been doing their bit to inspire the next generation of female cricketers at a special coachng camp in Bristol.
6 June 2015
 

Australia name three Test newcomers for Women's Ashes

Australia have included Kristen Beams, Nicole Bolton and Jess Jonassen in their Women's Ashes squad to take on England in the multi-format contest later this year.
1 June 2015

2015 Women's Ashes Schedule Revealed

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have confirmed the schedule for next year's Women's Ashes series between England and Australia in a multi-format series.
11 November 2014

Heather Knight 'Chuffed' With Vice-Captaincy

Heather Knight tells Cricket World that she is 'chuffed' to have been made England Women's vice-captain and excited ahead of a busy summer of cricket.
7 August 2014

England Unveil Historic Women's Sponsorship Deal

The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced a historic deal with Kia Motors, who have become official partners of England women's cricket.
14 July 2014

ECB Awards 18 Women Contracts

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has selected 18 players from the England Women's Performance Programme to be awarded new contracts.
6 May 2014

Lord's Taverners Welcome Funding Boost For England Women

The Lord's Taverners have stated their support for the recent ECB initiative to increase funding for women's cricket and award the current England Women's team a pay rise.
18 February 2014

Arran Brindle Announces Retirement

England all-rounder Arran Brindle has announced her retirement from international cricket, bringing to an end a career that spanned almost 15 years.
17 February 2014

Australia Win Final Ashes Twenty20

Australia beat England by seven wickets in the third and final Women's Ashes Twenty20 International in Sydney.
2 February 2014

Australia Hit Back To Win Second T20

Australia Women bounced back from the disappointment of failing to regain the Ashes by beating England Women by seven wickets in the second Twenty20 International in Melbourne.
31 January 2014

England Retain Women's Ashes

England retained the Women's Ashes after beating Australia by nine wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Hobart.
29 January 2014

Perry Leads Australia To Vital Win

Ellyse Perry struck a brilliant unbeaten 90 to guide Australia to a four-wicket win in the third Women's Ashes One-Day International against England in Hobart.
26 January 2014

Bolton Stars As Australia Stay In Ashes Contention

Nicole Bolton marked her international debut with a century as Australia beat England by 26 runs in the second Women's Ashes One-Day International in Melbourne.
23 January 2014

Brunt Heading Home, Cross Stays To Cover

England fast bowler Katherine Brunt has been ruled out of the remainder of the Women's Ashes series due to a lower back injury and Kate Cross will remain in Australia as cover.
23 January 2014

Brunt To Miss Second Ashes ODI

England fast bowler Katherine Brunt will miss the second Women's Ashes One-Day International in Melbourne due a lower back injury.
22 January 2014

England Women Win Opening Ashes ODI

Unbeaten half-centuries from Arran Brindle and Lydia Greenway guided England to a seven-wicket win over Australia in the first Women's Ashes One-Day International in Melbourne.
19 January 2014

England Women Lose ODI Warm-Up

The Cricket Austraila Chairman's XI beat England Women by two wickets in a warm-up match in Melbourne ahead of the Women's Ashes One-Day Internationals.
17 January 2014

England Women Lead The Way...Again

As an English person, If you want to win a Test match in Australia, best send for the England Women after they won in Perth this morning.
13 January 2014

England Win Ashes Test By 61 Runs

England dismissed Australia for 121 on the final day of the Women's Ashes Test in Perth to win by 61 runs and take a six-point lead in the multi-format series.
13 January 2014

England Leave Australia Struggling

An enthralling third day of the Women's Ashes Test in Perth ended with Australia struggling on 57 for five after they were set 185 to win by England.
12 January 2014

 
 
 

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