The England women’s cricket team represents England in international women’s cricket. The team is governed by England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
England is currently ranked second in ICC Women’s Rankings with 7,581 points and a rating of 126. The English team is one of the most successful teams in the history of women’s cricket.
England was a part of the first Women’s Test series, played in 1934-1935, against Australia. They won the series by winning two and drawing one Test match of the three-match series.
The 1960s was nothing short of a dream run for the English women’s cricket team as they didn’t lose any of the 14 matches they played in that decade.
They played their first ODI against International XI at County Cricket Ground, Hove in June of 1973. They made their T20I debut against New Zealand at the same ground in 2004.
England has won the ICC Women’s World Cup four times including the inaugural World Cup in 1973. It has also been the runners-up on three occasions: 1978, 1982 and 1988.
England also won the inaugural ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in 2009. It was also the runners-up twice, in 2012 and 2014.
Following is the most current list of players of Women’s cricket team of England which is playing in 2018 ICC Women’s World T20:
|Heather Knight (Captain)||All-rounder|
|Tammy Beaumont||Wicketkeeper / Right Handed Batsman|
|Sophia Dunkley||Right Handed Batsman|
|Sophie Ecclestone||Slow Left Arm Orthodox Bowler|
|Natasha Farrant||Left Arm Medium Bowler|
|Kirstie Gordon||Left Arm Slow Bowler|
|Danielle Hazell||Right Arm Off-spin Bowler|
|Amy Jones||Wicketkeeper / Right Handed Batsman|
|Linsey Smith||Left Arm Slow Bowler|
|Anya Shrubsole||Right Arm Fast Medium Bowler|
|Fran Wilson||Right handed Batsman|
|Lauren Winfield||Wicketkeeper / Right Handed Batsman|
Coach : Mark Robinson