Women's Cricket Message Board
Have your say on women's cricket!
Posted by Yolande F. Browne on 13 Nov 2000
This is not a message. I would like information on Women Windball Cricket and where is the next tournament held and when?
Posted by Swati on 17 Nov 2000
Can anybody tell me on which TV channal a live coverage will be given for CricInfo Woman's Cricket world cup.
Posted by ennui on 12 Nov 2000
its a stab in the dark but hey...... someone has got to pass this on to claire taylor.... hey man, i don't really care who wins... so long as england or new zealand beat australia.... so good luck. and you should be in wellington... its so much better than christchurch...
Posted by cri-zelda on 12 Nov 2000
good luck with 2000 world cup bring back gold
Posted by Dianne on 11 Nov 2000
If you want a signed poster of any of the Australian team, you are best off contacting Womens Cricket Australia, or, for Belinda Clarke, Cricket NSW. Cricket NSW have just released two posters, one featuring Belinda, and the other of Lisa Keightley. WCA regularly print posters of the Southern Stars.
WCA can be contacted at email@example.com
Posted by Mr Fred Ibbotson on 9 Nov 2000
This is Fred Ibbotson from Bromley wishing Clare Connor and the England team the very best of luck for the forthcoming World Cup. I look forward to following your progress on Cricinfo.
For the 2001 domestic season,both the Times and Daily Telegraph have recently published county and international fixtures for the mens game. Who and where will the England women be playing next year and are there any fixtures in the South East? I would like to fill in the office leave sheet as soon as possible.
Thank you & Kind Regards
Posted by Bailey Newton on 9 Nov 2000
How come womens cricket isn't as publised as mens cricket??
Women and girls can play the game just as well as men can
and women aren't allowed to show their interest as much as men are. We are expected to go and watch and men think that we can't enjoy the game, just suntan!!!!
Posted by Ms.Sheela on 9 Nov 2000
There is no coverage in the print media,I hope WCAI gets up from their sleep& give credit to the Women Cricketers of the past who have blazed the country/zone/state and use their services for the better publicity in the print media/view media. Wake up WCIA
Posted by Samantha H on 8 Nov 2000
Hi if Belinda Clarke or any australian woman in the team see's this can they email me about giving a signed poster to me for the lukemia foundation.i'm having a auction night and are trying to raise money for the lukemia foundation and anything you could donate would be great.
thank you all alot
Posted by R Pollard on 7 Nov 2000
Where will the U-17 Schoolgirls Milo Cup be held in March 2001.
Posted by Sarah Berman on 6 Nov 2000
Two things for anyone in the UK.
Firstly, how can I subscibe to Wicket Women? I am a keen cricket player (county U17) and would like to receive it.
Secondly, can anyone let me know when there is any info about Cricket Week 2001 (dates/place)? I have not been before but am keen to put it in my diary and take part next year.
Posted by jagdish on 6 Nov 2000
to Ms.Anuradha Dutt,
Wish the Indian girls all the best,
MUMBAI WOMEN'S CRICKET ASSOCIATION
Posted by Ruchika Khanna on 6 Nov 2000
Go women go and prove it to the World that u are much better off then men
Posted by Rhian on 2 Nov 2000
I was just wondering if anyone knew where the closest Women's team would be for me....I'm from South Wales, and at the moment play for my local mens team. If anyone has any information on the situation in Wales or close by I would be very grateful, you can E-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Catherine Mowat on 2 Nov 2000
For Purnima Rau and all friends of Gunnersbury WCC -
For news of Gunnersbury's triumph in the Final of the Knockout Cup, go to: www.webbsoc.demon.co.uk/0cupfin.htm
Posted by Catherine Mowat on 2 Nov 2000
If you are going to be in London next season and are looking for a Club north of the river, please contact me. I am the Hon. Sec. of Middlesex WCCC and can let you have details of Clubs and coaching in the County.
For details of Clubs elsewhere in England, contact Lisa Drummond at the ECB - email@example.com.
Posted by Don Miles on 2 Nov 2000
The first squads to be announced, including England's, numbered 14 players and various officials. The latest (e.g. India) suddenly contain 15 players. Anyone know the rules of the competition and are England being sold short here?
Looking at their squad, which I can find little to quibble about, although another batsman would not come amiss. And I know exactly who my choice would be!
Posted by vidya gopal on 1 Nov 2000
wishing the indian womens team a good luck for the up coming world cup. it would be great if they win the world cup for india .ilove cricket and enjoy playing it.
Posted by caroline Reynolds on 31 Oct 2000
Just a short note to let everyone know that, we have finally got a Womens Cricket Committee for the Northern Territory.
As some are aware, this is only our second year in the making. We have four teams in the competion and also three Girls playing representative for other States.
This is a forward move for the territory and Womens cricket.
Will keep you up dated
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