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CAPTAIN Heather Knight feels England have not played to their full potential in their women’s ODI series against India. India clinched the series with a comfortable seven-wicket victory in the second match in Mumbai on Monday. Batting first, England were bowled out for 161, with Nat Sciver’s 85 the only innings of note. India’s opening …

HEATHER KNIGHT was frustrated after England lost to India in the opening women’s ODI Series in Paytm. India dismissed England for 136 in Mumbai to win by 66 runs. Mithali Raj’s team batted first and England would most likely have been satisfied at the innings break, having bowled India out for 202 but in reply …

ENGLAND captain Heather Knight (64*) got her side over the line in a closely fought warm-up fixture against the Board President’s XI at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. The hosts – captained by Smriti Mandhana – batted first and were restricted to 154 after a disciplined bowling effort by England. Anya Shrubsole stood out with four wickets …

A NUMBER of West Country players have been named in England Women’s squads for the upcoming tours of India and Sri Lanka. Devonian Heather Knight will continue to captain the side, which welcomes back Sarah Taylor and Katherine Brunt – two of England’s most experienced players – after missing the side’s journey to the ICC …

SOMERSET players Dom Bess, Lewis Gregory and Jamie Overton have been named in the England Lions squad for the tour to India across January and February 2019. The trip will see the Lions play five 50-over matches and two A Tests. It comes off the back of a series in the UAE, against Pakistan A, …

ENGLAND Lions, captained by Somerset’s Lewis Gregory, have gone 2-1 up in the five-match ODI series against Pakistan A after winning the third game in Abu Dhabi by 22 runs. Surrey’s Ollie Pope scored an enterprising 93 as the Lions claimed a second successive win. Captain Gregory again won the toss but his side were soon in …

SOMERSET’S Lewis Gregory captained England Lions to a much improved performance to win the second one day international against Pakistan A in Dubai. Pakistan had won the first game by 187 runs and after winning the toss once again elected to bat first. But this time the England bowlers found their lengths, bowled with good …

SOMERSET’S Lewis Gregory was unable to mark his debut as captain of England Lions with a win over Pakistan A in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. Pakistan A won the first limited-overs match, putting on a sizeable total of 351-4 before bowling the Lions out for 164 to win by 187 runs. Plymothian Gregory skippered the …