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    ***Official*** England v New Zealand Women

    Yeah yeah I know, women's cricket, but it is the only international cricket being played today, and hell, if 'South African Women in Holland' merits a thread, shouldn't there be one for our own ladies?

    One-day series starts today at Taunton. Live coverage on SS2. Being a relatively new Skyster I've hardly seen any women's cricket on TV - I saw some highlights of the last T20 game last night and a NZ bowler took 6-17 without appearing to do much more than bowl straight.

    England captain Charlotte Edwards missed yesterday's match but is hoping to be fit to play today.

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    Well, she's playing today. New Zealand won toss and batting.

    Am I right in thinking that New Zealand, along with Australia, are the places where the women's game is taken most seriously? Comes with success, I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumpski View Post
    Well, she's playing today. New Zealand won toss and batting.

    Am I right in thinking that New Zealand, along with Australia, are the places where the women's game is taken most seriously? Comes with success, I suppose.
    Reasonably casual, as you can expect for a sport that gets so little support in NZ anyway. Good numbers playing girls cricket in schools though, especially down my way.


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    I ejnoyed the Twenty20 last night on TV, I don't usually watch women's cricket. The NZ batsmen looked like they could hit big, and the 6-17 from S'thwaite was really good fun.

    I think they'll give our girls a good strong test.

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    NZ finished with 225-7 (Bates 82, Colvin 3-36) , a pretty good score in an area of the game renowned for slow scoring.

    LOL at Charles Colville interviewing two England bowlers who don't even come up to his shoulder.



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