Month: February 2021

Report Satterthwaite became New Zealand’s second-highest ODI run-scorer during her unbeaten century New Zealand Women 223 for 3 (Satterthwaite 119*, Amelia 72*) beat England Women 220 (Beaumont 88*, Knight 60, Amelia 4-42) Amy Satterthwaite‘s seventh ODI century and a fine all-round display from Amelia Kerr carried New Zealand to a seven-wicket victory in the third
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News Trott, Sibley’s former Warwickshire team-mate, is England’s batting consultant in India It has been a strange winter for Dom Sibley. While England’s white-ball players were in South Africa in December, Sibley was readying himself for the challenge of his first six Tests in Asia in surreal surroundings, batting in a marquee at the national
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Sixteen pink-ball Test matches have been played so far, with only five of those stretching up to the fifth day. The most-recent pink-ball Test, between India and England in Ahmedabad, finished within two days, throwing up the shortest Test result since 1935 and the seventh-shortest overall. Two days after that Test, R Ashwin conceded that
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News Former England captain and record run-scorer replaces Graham Gooch at helm Charlotte Edwards, the former England captain, has become the first female president of the Professional Cricketers Association (PCA) after being elected as Graham Gooch‘s successor in the role. Edwards, who captained England Women between 2005 and 2019 and is their all-time leading run-scorer
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