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ICC Women's World Twenty20, Taunton

England book semi-final spot

Jun 14, 2009: A round-up of the games between Australia and West Indies, and England and Sri Lanka in Taunton

ESPNcricinfo staff

England coach vacancy

Fitzpatrick in the running to be England coach

May 3, 2007: Cathryn Fitzpatrick is one of the candidates for the England women's coach role

Jenny Thompson

Retiring players

Farewell and thanks for the memories

Sep 26, 2005: Cricinfo take a look at the major players who have retired after or during the 2005 English season

ESPNcricinfo staff

End of a 17-year career

Clare Taylor retires from international cricket

Sep 7, 2005: Clare Taylor has called time on her international career after 17 years. Taylor, 40, bows out on a high following the England team's Ashes success

ESPNcricinfo staff

March 2005

Girls don't just want to have fun

Feb 21, 2005: England's men are not the only ones on the rise

Women's World Cup, 2004-05

England announce World Cup squad

Jan 12, 2005: The England selectors are relying on the players who helped beat New Zealand 3-2 in a one-day series at home in 2004 in their bid to win the World Cup in South Africa

ESPNcricinfo staff

Clare Connor confident ahead of clash

England to face Australia in World Cup opener

Sep 10, 2004: England have a tough draw for their opening match in the 2005 World Cup in South Africa

Jenny Thompson

England v New Zealand, Women's Twenty20, Hove

Mason turns the tide New Zealand's way

Aug 5, 2004: New Zealand won the first-ever women's Twenty20 international as they beat England by nine runs

Wisden Cricinfo staff

EP-Border Invitation Women XI v England Women, Port Elizabeth

Taylor stars in England win

Feb 14, 2004: Claire Taylor scored an impressive 90 as England's women continued their good form with a 124-run win against an Eastern Province-Border Invitation Women XI

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Women's domestic cricket season reaches conclusion

Sep 4, 2003: The three major domestic finals in women's cricket will be played this weekend to decide the ECB Premier League, the ECB National Knockout Cup and the ECB National Knock-Out Plate

ECB Media Release

England's World Cup winning team of 1993 re-unite to face new England stars

Sep 3, 2003: Clare Taylor MBE will leave her place in the current England women's cricket team to rejoin her England 1993 world cup winning team-mates for a one-off charity match

ECB Media Release

England complete series win over tired South Africa

Aug 22, 2003: Clare Taylor: remarkable spell of 13-11-5-3 England completed an innings victory over South Africa in the second and final Test at Taunton with over a day and a half to spare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Taylor and Greenway put England on top

Aug 9, 2003: Claire Taylor and Lydia Greenway put England in a commanding position over South Africa in the third day of the first Test at Shenley

Wisden CricInfo staff

Taylor leads England women's reply against South Africa

Aug 8, 2003: Claire Taylor led the way for England in their healthy first-innings reply against South Africa with an unbeaten 89 on the second day of the first Test at Shenley

Wisden CricInfo staff

Clare Taylor looking to make a new life in New Zealand

Feb 6, 2003: England's top One-Day International wicket-taker and appearance maker Clare Taylor says she still has lots to offer, even at the age of 37

Matthew Appleby

England Women's Cricket Squad announced for 'Double Ashes' Summer

May 21, 2001: England selectors have today named the 12 strong squad for the forthcoming CricInfo Women's Series against Australia

ECB Media Release

English star to play in Otago

Aug 15, 2000: Women's cricket in Otago has received a boost with news that experienced England fast bowler Clare Taylor will stay over after the CricInfo Women's World Cup to play for the Otago Sparks who will be coached by Billy Ibadulla

Lynn McConnell
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