Player of the Series against West Indies, Sarah Glenn, takes next step alongside Sophie Ecclestone and Mady Villiers
Knight, Glenn and Beaumont will fly out to Australia while Ecclestone and Wyatt could be on India's T20 Challenge selection radar
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England overhaul target as Shamila Connell's three wickets are in vain
After reluctantly giving up her spot as an opener, Jones is learning to thrive at No. 5
Jones strikes 55 off 37 balls to rescue England from 45 for 3 as hosts eye series sweep
Chief executive says commitment to the women's game remains "as strong as ever"
Women's international cricket returns to BBC after 27-year hiatus on Saturday
Spinner stakes her claim with Player-of-the-Match performance
Young legspinner adds valuable runs then claims two wickets to keep West Indies in check
ECB's managing director of women's cricket offers a ringside view into the sport's administration
Restored opener grabs her chance at home against West Indies
Reinstated at the top, Beaumont hits 62 off 49 to underpin convincing England win
As top-level women's cricket resumes this week, what's the state of the game among the major nations after six months of Covid-19 hiatus?
Sciver led England's run charts at T20 World Cup but keen to work on "a few tactical things"
"I think potentially not having it (reviews) affects the spectacle of the game," says Heather Knight
West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor says 'it means a lot' to have support of England side for Black Lives Matter
England captain on the need to support the women's game and promoting equality of opportunity
Seamer once again keen to show people what they could have missed as England Women take on West Indies
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