Georgia Elwiss – Review of 2017
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  This month we caught up with England All Rounder Georgia Elwiss on a swift visit back to England, before she heads back to Australia to play in the Women’s Big Bash for Melbourne Stars. After one of the most … Read More

All smiles in La Manga!
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This month we spoke to former pro cricketer Graham Napier. Graham joined us, along with Salliann Briggs, in La Manga for a three day training camp and matches. In partnership with Smile Group Travel, the coaching camp saw 18 girls … Read More

Cricket for Girls in Botswana
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Cricket for Girls Head Coach, Lydia Greenway has recently returned from visiting Botswana, Africa. The visit has played a huge part in Cricket for Girls quest to provide more opportunity for females of all ages and abilities to play cricket. … Read More

U11 Cricket for Girls Winter Academy – Tonbridge
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Following the popularity of our winter and summer academy sessions earlier in the year, we are extremely pleased to announce further dates for U11 girls in Kent and the surrounding region. The sessions will be led by Cricket for Girls … Read More

Jenny Gunn – 2017 World Cup Winner
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We recently caught up with triple, yes triple, World Champion Jenny Gunn. You can read everything Jenny had to say about the training the team did leading up to the World Cup, how they celebrated winning the World Cup and … Read More

Lydia Greenway receives MCC Honorary Life Membership
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Cricket for Girls are delighted to announce fantastic news about our Head Coach, Lydia Greenway, who has been awarded an Honorary Life Membership from the MCC, Lords. This most prestigious award comes after Lydia retired from the International game last … Read More

Cricket for Girls partners up with the MCC Cricket Academy
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Cricket for Girls are delighted to announce a new partnership with the MCC Cricket Academy at Lord’s. On Thursday August 17th this summer, we will be offering the chance for female cricketers aged U11’s and U15’s to join and learn … Read More

Support England at the World Cup – Discounted Tickets
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Cricket for Girls is thrilled to provide our players and supporters with the opportunity to purchase World Cup tickets at a discounted rate This year is one of the biggest years for Women’s Cricket. With England being the host nation, … Read More

Who’s who in English Women’s cricket: Fran Wilson
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Every so often cricketforgirls.com has the privilege of bumping into some of the biggest names in English Women’s cricket. Every time we do, we manage to get some brilliant insight into what is going on behind the scenes, but more importantly, … Read More

Rounders to Cricket
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Cricket for Girls are delighted to announce a new cricket program for schools – Rounders to Cricket. In recent times we have seen a huge shift in the number of schools turning to cricket rather than the more traditional rounder’s … Read More

Who’s who in English Women’s cricket: Amy Jones
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Every so often cricketforgirls.com has the privilege of bumping into some of the biggest names in English Women’s cricket. Every time we do, we manage to get some brilliant insight into what is going on behind the scenes, but more importantly, … Read More

Clubs and School visits dates announced by Cricket for Girls
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Dates available for clubs and school visits released by Cricket for Girls. If you are a club or school looking to inspire and encourage females to play cricket, we are able to provide high quality coaching sessions from female role … Read More

Who’s who in English Women’s cricket: Jenny Gunn
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Every so often cricketforgirls.com has the privilege of bumping into some of the biggest names in English Women’s cricket. Every time we do, we manage to get some brilliant insight into what is going on behind the scenes, but more importantly, … Read More

Rachael Heyhoe Flint – Trailblazer in women’s cricket
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Cricket for Girls were saddened to hear of the death of a true pioneer of Women’s cricket, Rachael Heyhoe Flint (Lady Heyhoe Flint) earlier in January. She was a remarkable woman and was described in The Guardian’s obituary as a … Read More

Lydia Greenway feature in All Out Cricket
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Head Coach, Lydia Greenway was recently interviewed by Henry Cowen for an article on All Out Cricket. They spoke about the importance of female role models for young girls playing cricket and her hopes for CricketforGirls.com The article touched on … Read More

Coaches Corner meets Salliann Briggs
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Cricketforgirls.com understands the importance of players having access to good coaches. We believe coaches in cricket play a huge role in players development, from inspiring them to be the best they can be, to making every single session challenging and … Read More

Who’s who in English Women’s cricket: Beth Langston
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Every so often cricketforgirls.com has the privilege of bumping into some of the biggest names in English Women’s cricket. Every time we do, we manage to get some brilliant insight into what is going on behind the scenes, but more importantly, … Read More

Who’s who in English Women’s cricket: Natalie sciver
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Every so often cricketforgirls.com has the privilege of bumping into some of the biggest names in English Women’s cricket. Every time we do, we manage to get some brilliant insight into what is going on behind the scenes, but more importantly, … Read More

‘England Women on Tour’ documentary on Sky Sports
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Over Christmas 2016 Sky Sports showed a fascinating documentary ‘England Women on Tour’. It followed the England Women cricket team as they toured the West Indies and Sri Lanka earlier this year. For any of you with Sky Sports you can still … Read More

Cricket for Girls Coaches Announced
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Cricket for Girls Head Coach, Lydia Greenway is proud to announce some of the players and coaches who will be working with her over. All of the coaches have a passion to improve the skills of girls who are interested … Read More

Who’s who in English Women’s cricket: Laura Marsh
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Every so often cricketforgirls.com has the privilege of bumping into some of the biggest names in English Women’s cricket. Every time we do, we manage to get some brilliant insight into what is going on behind the scenes, but more importantly, … Read More

Lydia Greenway Interviewed by Female Coaching Network
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In December 2016, Lydia Greenway was interviewed by the Female Coaching Network. The FCN is the Leading Global Community of Female Coaches all of whom support, drive and influence real change in sports diversity. The Female Coaching Network is designed … Read More

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