How can women's cricket learn to use the DRS better?
How can women's cricket learn to use the DRS better?

With reviews infrequently used in bilaterals, poor use of the system in high-stakes events like the Women's T20 World Cup have cost teams dearly

Girls at the G
Girls at the G

Crashed minibuses, balls down the drain, lunch with Bradman: a history of 85 years leading up to #FillTheMCG

Sarah Taylor was a genuine great, irrespective of gender
Sarah Taylor was a genuine great, irrespective of gender

Outstanding skills behind the stumps earned the women's game untold recognition

Memories of Perth glory inspire Kate Cross to hit her mark in Ashes Test
Memories of Perth glory inspire Kate Cross to hit her mark in Ashes Test

She's been pigeon-holed as a red-ball specialist, but suddenly, with a must-win Test coming up, that's no bad thing at all

Freya Davies treads her own path to England recognition
Freya Davies treads her own path to England recognition

She could have given up cricket to become a lawyer, but now Freya Davies is being looked at as a possible heir to Katherine Brunt

Hands, gob, heals
Hands, gob, heals

The brilliant Alyssa Healy vowed to "bring the bitch back". What's an English journalist to do but love to hate her?

New action helps Natalie Sciver fill England's Brunt-shaped hole
New action helps Natalie Sciver fill England's Brunt-shaped hole

The allrounder's rejuvenated seam-bowling skills have made up for the enforced absence of a key new-ball operator

'My parents were going to watch the men's Tests in Sri Lanka!' - Linsey Smith on WWT20 call-up
'My parents were going to watch the men's Tests in Sri Lanka!' - Linsey Smith on WWT20 call-up

After coming close to walking away from the sport, Linsey Smith is now an integral part of England's Women's World T20 campaign

When women stormed the citadel
When women stormed the citadel

Twenty years ago the MCC reluctantly opened its membership to include women

Lizelle Lee's commanding century powers Surrey to KSL title
Lizelle Lee's commanding century powers Surrey to KSL title

The South African crunched a 55-ball hundred which overwhelmed the Loughborough Lightning attack

'A crazy day when everything fell into place' - Amelia Kerr on her world-record 232 not out
'A crazy day when everything fell into place' - Amelia Kerr on her world-record 232 not out

New Zealand's teenage prodigy reflects on her stunning performance against Ireland

Suzie Bates: 'Amelia Kerr will break my record as leading run-scorer one day'
Suzie Bates: 'Amelia Kerr will break my record as leading run-scorer one day'

New Zealand's captain recently became her country's leading run-scorer. But a new star of women's cricket has just been born

Equal pay on the agenda but England's women have a long way to go
Equal pay on the agenda but England's women have a long way to go

World Cup winners awarded significant raise, but still lag behind Australia and India women's players

Remember when Ireland played their first Test?
Remember when Ireland played their first Test?

No, you don't, so let's rewind back to it

'I asked Kohli to marry me... and he gave me his bat'
'I asked Kohli to marry me... and he gave me his bat'

England opener will use prized gift during tri-series in India next month, after infamous tweet led to Derby encounter

New blood means no resting on laurels for England's World Cup winners
New blood means no resting on laurels for England's World Cup winners

England women look to evolve in wake of World Cup triumph, with three new caps named for their tour of India

The biggest, boldest year in women's cricket
The biggest, boldest year in women's cricket

An exciting and well-covered World Cup took the game to the next level

Let there be Ashes
Let there be Ashes

How the fiercest rivalry in women's cricket got itself a prize

Edwards bows out on her own terms
Edwards bows out on her own terms

More than a year on from her enforced international retirement, Charlotte Edwards is at peace with leaving behind the professional game she helped to build

The no-nonsense matriarch of England women's evolution
The no-nonsense matriarch of England women's evolution

Now in her eighties, Norma Izard is a living testimony to the pioneering breed of women's cricketer who helped elevate the sport to today's professional levels