After England’s bowling came under question in their opening two defeats at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022, Manchester
It is a new era for England Women and Manchester cricketer Kate Cross is determined to stake her claim for a starring role.
Lancashire and England stalwart Kate Cross believes a national side as strong as ever – and the home summer weather – will help deliver a third straight series win for the first time in women’s Ashes history
Jos Buttler is coming of age in England’s Test side, and the mould-breaking gloveman insists there is still plenty more for him to offer in time for this summer’s Ashes with arch-rivals Australia.
This April marked the first time the women’s squad have joined their male counterparts at the pre-season media day at the club’s Old Trafford ground.
Bury-born Kate Cross is looking to continue her progress in another Ashes summer that looks set to be the biggest one in women’s cricket history after Sky Sports agreed to increase its coverage.
Cross, along with 17 other players, will receive a pay increase and benefit from extra funding as part of a move by the England and Wales Cricket Board to professionalise the women’s game