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ECB: there will be domestic cricket for women this summer

The England and Wales Cricket Board have promised professional women's cricket will be played this summer, although no decision has yet been made on the date or format.

A new domestic competition based on eight regional teams was due to start earlier in the year but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. After announcing the return of county cricket for men on 1 August, ECB...

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Cricket: England women to resume training

Twenty-four England Women cricketers will return to individual training on Monday June 22 as plans continue for a proposed tri-series with India and South Africa in September.

The players will return across six venues, initially training on their own before progressing to small group training. Squads for specific formats will be named in due course, subject to confirmation of the...

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Alex Scott: summer without women's sport "unacceptable"

Former England and Arsenal star, Alex Scott, has called a potential summer without women's sport unacceptable.

The Women's Super League has been cancelled and there is little prospect of the England women's cricket team appearing before September at the earliest.

However, the men's Premier League and Championship resume this week and Test cricket returns next month....

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Cricket's plan to save the summer

The England and Wales Cricket Board has set out plans for the resumption of community cricket which could potentially get girls and women back playing before the end of the summer.

The five-point plan will allow the recreational game to return, with players in England currently at stage 3 which allows groups of up to six people to train together as long as social distancing is...

ECB target tri-series boost for England Women

The England and Wales Cricket Board hope a tri-nation series involving India and South Africa later in the summer can rescue the season for England and also help repair the damage done to their finances by the coronavirus crisis.

The men's game will resume when the West Indies visit England for a three-Test series next month but the women's summer series against India has been...