Women's Ashes 2015
Aug 23, 2015: England Women have beefed up their spin department by picking offspinners Danielle Hazell and Danielle Wyatt in the 14-member squad for the three-match Ashes T20s
Aug 10, 2014: Left-arm spinner Rebecca Grundy has been ruled out of England's summer schedule against India and South Africa with a groin injury
England v Pakistan, 1st women's T20, Loughborough
Jul 5, 2013: England's bowlers again kept Pakistan in a vice-like grip, after attacking innings from Charlotte Edwards and Sarah Taylor, to secure another comprehensive victory
England v NZ, Women's World T20 semi-final, Colombo
Oct 4, 2012: England Women produced an accomplished fielding display in enervating heat before solid contributions from the top order helped secure a seven-wicket win
England Women v Ireland Women, T20, Loughborough
Jun 23, 2012: Charlotte Edwards played herself into form ahead of England Women's ODI series with India Women by scoring an unbeaten 72 as her side comfortably beat Ireland Women at Loughborough.
New Zealand v England, 3rd women's ODI, Lincoln
Mar 5, 2012: A 201-run partnership helped England Women to a 14th consecutive victory and a 3-0 series whitewash over New Zealand Women in Lincoln.
NatWest Women's T20 Quadrangular Series
Jun 25, 2011: England progressed to the final of the Natwest quadrangular t20 with 22-run win over World Twenty20 holders Australia at Bristol
England Women v New Zealand Women, 1st T20, Chelmsford
Jun 29, 2010: England's women completed a clinical victory over World Twenty20 finalists New Zealand at Chelmsford, wrapping the visitors up for 113 to win the opening Twenty20 international of the tour by 37 runs.
England v South Africa, Women's World T20, St Kitts
May 9, 2010: The defending champions England rounded off their disappointing World Cup campaign with a consolation win against South Africa at Warner Park
India v England, 5th women's ODI, Mumbai
Mar 1, 2010: England, already having surrendered the series, would have been desperate to end on a high and avoid a 1-4 scoreline. They owed the win to Danielle Wyatt, who struck 25 not out off 26 balls and shepherded them home with a ball to spare
Stats highlights from the first ODI between India and South Africa in Kanpur
It looks like he has lost his main weapon in an attempt to get his bowling speeds up