England Women v India & South Africa
The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced a historic deal with Kia Motors, who have become official partners of England women's cricket.
England Women held on to beat India Women by 13 runs in the second One-Day International in Scarborough after Charlotte Edwards scored a historic century.
England and Warwickshire left-arm spinner Rebecca Grundy has suffered a groin injury and has been ruled out of England's summer series against India and South Africa.
England Women took three late wickets to keep their Test match against India Women at Wormsley in the balance going into the final day.
Despite being one of just three members of her squad with Test experience, India captain Mithali Raj says she is pleased that they will play England in a four-day game on their current tour.
England Women completed a 3-0 series clean sweep after beating South Africa Women by eight runs in a keenly-contested third and final Twenty20 International at Edgbaston.
England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week after she played key roles in putting her side 2-0 up in their One-Day International series against India Women.
England Women opened their Twenty20 International series against South Africa with a thumping nine-wicket win in Chelmsford, chasing down a target of 90 in just 13.3 overs.
Sarah Taylor's unbeaten 30 in 86 balls was leading an England Women fightback as they built a lead of 88 over India Women on day two of the Test match at Wormsley.
Charlotte Edwards hit an unbeaten 75 in 61 balls to lay the foundations for England Women to score a 42-run win over South Africa Women in the second Twenty20 International in Northampton.
England Women will play India and South Africa this summer, meeting India in a Test match for the first time since 2006 and playing three limited overs games against both sides.
Mithali Raj scored an unbeaten half-century before Shikha Pandey hit the winning runs as India Women beat England Women by six wickets in their one-off Test at Wormsley.
Ball dominated bat on day one of the Test match between England Women and India Women at Wormsley, where 16 wickets fell in all.