Lydia Greenway
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Head Coach, Cricket for Girls Cricket for Girls is headed up by recently retired England cricketer, Lydia Greenway. Lydia represented England 225 times across all formats of the game during a career spanning 13 years. Lydia is a double World … Read More

Jenny Gunn
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Jenny Gunn is England’s all time leading wicket taker in One Day Internationals. Jenny has represented England 235 times in all formats of the game, making her the most capped player in the current squad. … Read More

Rob Taylor
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Rob Taylor is an ECB Level 2 qualified coach (soon to be level 3) with International and First Class playing experience. Rob played for Leicestershire CCC and Scotland for 5 seasons. He played in the 2015 Cricket World Cup as … Read More

Natalie Sciver
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Natalie Sciver is an all-rounder who was called up for England for the 2013 series against Pakistan. She took 3 for 28 against Pakistan in only her second ODI, and is fast becoming one of … Read More

Katherine Brunt
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Katherine Brunt is a right-arm fast bowler with a classical action. A member of the England women’s team she was England Women’s Cricketer of the Year in 2006 & 2010.

Helen Shipman
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Helen Shipman is the Strength and Conditioning coach for the Academy. Helen is a UKSCA accredited Strength and Conditioning coach, she is employed by Loughborough University where she works with the Universities numerous sporting teams … Read More

Megan Belt
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Megan is an ECB Level 2 qualified coach and has a huge amount of experience working in schools and cricket clubs. Megan also represents Kent senior womens team, and has consistently been one of the leading wicket takers for the … Read More

James Kirtley
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James Kirtley is a former Sussex and England player, having represented England in all formats of the game. James played 170 first-class matches during his career, picking up over 600 wickets. A highly skilled swing bowler with extra pace made … Read More

Beth Morgan
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Beth Morgan was named as “best as team mate” by Charlotte Edwards. Beth personifies what it was to be a team player. She represented England 100 times in both One Day and T20’s and is … Read More

Laura Marsh
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Laura Marsh is one of England’s most experienced players. Originally a medium pace bowler, Laura turned to spin in 2008 on a tour to Australia, since then she has never looked back. She recently took … Read More

Heather Knight
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Guest Coach, Cricket for Girls Heather Knight took over the reigns as captain of England in the summer of 2016. She has proved how much of a natural leader she is, having led the team to three series wins in … Read More

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