England Women Cricket Team has named 24 women who will return to training on June 22nd to regain competitiveness before the season ends.
England Women Cricket Team
Players will follow the same precautions that England Men has taken, with the training taking place in “bio-safe” environments. There are six venues for the players, with the National Performance Center in Loughborough and Chester Boughton Hall CC in Lancashire hosting four sessions – Headingley, The Oval, Bristol County Ground and County Ground in Hove -.
Each of the 24 selected players first trains individually before the sessions move on to training in small groups.
Twenty-four England Women cricketers will return to individual training on Monday June 22 as plans continue for a proposed tri-series with India and South Africa in September.— England Cricket (@englandcricket) June 18, 2020
Jonathan Finch, director of English women’s cricket, said they were “hopeful to play cricket this summer,” adding that “it is exciting for this group of players to be able to return to training”.
Finch also thanked the counties for using their facilities and said, “We have received great support from the top counties in using their venues, and we are grateful to them, and hopefully we will.” one step closer to England women returning to the field this summer. “
The ECB is currently considering the possibility of a tri-series with India and South Africa in September.
England Women’s Cricket Squad
Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Bell, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Alice Davidson-Richards, Freya Davies, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Katie George, Sarah Glenn, Kirstie Gordon, Amy Jones, Heather Knight, Emma Lamb, Nat Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Bryony Smith, Linsey Smith, Mady Villiers, Fran Wilson, Lauren Winfield, Issy Wong, Danni Wyatt.