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'We just want to play' - England coach Robinson (1:21)
Batting masterclass: The Natmeg (1:56)
'The hardest thing for England is winning after winning' (1:47)
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'I've been having 14 years of calling me a chucker'

England allrounder Jenny Gunn on becoming the first player to play 100 T20Is, being nicknamed 'Chucky', the secret to her longevity and the evolution of the shortest format of the game

Heather Knight: 'To lift the World Cup in front of 26k people at Lord's is going to be hard to top' (2:15)
ESPNcricinfo Awards 2017: Captain of the year (1:55)
ESPNcricinfo Awards 2017: Women's bowling performance of the year (0:34)
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Edwards hails her finest moment

Charlotte Edwards has achieved a huge amount in her career but she put regaining the Ashes as among her finest moments after England secured the multi-format series with a match to spare.

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Taylor stars with bat and gloves

England took the lead in the women's Ashes series with an expertly paced run chase at Hove. Needing 204 in 36 overs after the match was reduced due to a wet outfield they eased home with 16 balls to spare

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Elwiss ruled out of Ashes ODIs

England Women have been forced into a change for their squad for the ODI series with Australia after Georgia Elwiss failed to recover from a stress reaction in her back.

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Fields shines but Test is drawn

Having been in danger of following-on two days ago, England were content to settle for two points for a draw in the Ashes Test after declining to make an attempt at a target of 249 in 45 overs at Wormsley

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Record stand revives England

Heather Knight made her first Test century as England continued their dogged rearguard action well into the third day at Wormsley

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Knight battles to keep England afloat

Australia took firm control of the Ashes Test, reducing England to 159 for 6 on the second day, but Heather Knight kept the home side fighting and on track to avoid the follow-on

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