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Katherine Sciver-Brunt retires from international cricket

Katherine Sciver-Brunt has announced her retirement from international cricket. The right-arm seamer, who made her England debut in 2004, has played 267 times for her country, taking 335 wickets across all formats.
5 May 2023

Katherine Brunt's all-round efforts earn England a second win

Katherine Brunt was the star of the day for Team England's cricketers as they beat South Africa by 26 runs at Edgbaston to move one step nearer to the semi-finals of the Commonwealth Games.
2 August 2022

Katherine Brunt retires from Test cricket

England seamer Katherine Brunt has announced her retirement from Test cricket.
18 June 2022

Amelia Kerr and Katherine Brunt speak ahead of their New Zealand vs England Women's World Cup 2022

Amelia Kerr and Katherine Brunt speak ahead of the New Zealand Women vs England Women ICC CWC 22
19 March 2022

Cross and Brunt speak ahead of Women's Ashes ODIs

Ahead of the upcoming ODIs in the Women’s Ashes, BT Sport sat down with England players Kate Cross and Katherine Brunt to hear their thoughts on the recent test match and how it could affect their mentality for the all-important series-deciding ODI matches.
2 February 2022

England Women vs India Women, 3rd T20I: England Women bring it home with series win over India Women

England Women vs India Women, 3rd T20I: England Women bring it home with series win over India Women
14 July 2021

England Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I: India Women pull one back against England Women

England Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I: India Women pull one back against England Women
11 July 2021

Nat Sciver half-century takes England Women to IT20 win

England beat India by 18 runs (DLS) in an enthralling 1st T20I of the series and ensured that England cannot be beaten in the multi-format series.
9 July 2021

Mithali Raj shines as India women defeat England women by 4 wickets

A sensational batting performance from Mithali Raj and a smart bowling performance have helped India women defeat England by 4 wickets and earn a consolation victory in the ODI series.
3 July 2021

Cricket first sport to announce qualifiers for Commonwealth Games

Cricket is the first discipline to announce qualifying teams for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
27 April 2021

Winning Start For England Women

England Women's tour of New Zealand got off to a winning start as they comfortably outplayed a Northern Spirit side in a 50-over warm-up game at Mount Maunganui's Bay Oval.
7 February 2015

Johnson Clinches ICC Awards Double

Australian all-rounder Mitchell Johnson has picked up both the ICC Cricketer Of The Year and the ICC Test Cricketer Of The Year awards at the sport's annual awards ceremony.
14 November 2014

Knight Named Vice-Captain As Brunt Returns

England have named Heather Knight as their new vice-captain ahead of summer series against India and South Africa, for which they have recalled fit-again fast bowler Katherine Brunt.
4 August 2014

Video - Anderson, Broad, Brunt Star In England Waitrose Film

Watch this short film starring James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Katherine Brunt and David Lloyd which celebrates Waitrose's sponsorship of England cricket.
8 May 2014

Brunt Undergoes Back Surgery

England fast bowler Katherine Brunt has undergone surgery on her back to address symptoms associated with a chronic disc bulge.
13 March 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

Brunt, Knight, Shrubsole Return For England

Fast bowlers Katherine Brunt and Anya Shrubsole as well as batting star Heather Knight have returned from injury to be selected in the England Women's Ashes squad.
11 December 2013

Edwards, Brunt Get England Back To Winning Ways

Reigning Women's World Cup champions England got their campaign back on track following their unexpected one-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka with a 32-run win over India in Mumbai. Charlotte Edwards scored 109 as England posted 272 for eight and despite Harmanpreet Kaur's maiden ODI century in India's reply, they closed on 240 for nine, Katherine Brunt taking four for 29.
3 February 2013