Women's Cricket Message Board
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Posted by bob on 5 Apr 2001
Can someone email me a photo of Susan Itticheria the cricket player? Thank you.
Posted by Bradford Ladies Cricket Club on 2 Apr 2001
Bradford Ladies are the nearest established club to huddersfield. We have a few players from your area and you're very welcome to come down and see what you think.
Have a look at our website at
http://s-n-media.members.beeb.net/blcc/ where you can find contact numbers
Posted by kate on 28 Mar 2001
I AM VERY INTERESTED IN PLAYING CRICKET AND I WONDER IF ANYONE KNOWS OF A WOMENS TEAM ANYWHERE NEAR ME, I LIVE IN HUDDERSFIELD WEST YORKSHIRE.
Posted by Lyn Spooner on 23 Mar 2001
Women's cricket is really starting to come of age. Why do you think there has been a move towards equality?what has preventing it from being toatally achieved?
Posted by maggie coady on 23 Mar 2001
Where does a girl who has been playing cricket for a while begin?
I am in a situation where I am in the opportunity to start up a womens cricket team. What is the information I need? We are from Seville..........
Posted by Felicity Goodwin on 21 Mar 2001
I am looking for an English county team. I am taking a GAP year next year in either England or Scotland and am looking for a team. Can anyone help me out with email addresses or postal addresses? Any information will be greatly appreciated. Kindest regards,
Posted by Anu K R on 11 Mar 2001
Does anyone know of any cricket leagues for women in the United States of America especially in the New England region. There seem to be a few associations for men but nothing for women! Would love to be able to play the game again.
Posted by Sara Malik on 25 Feb 2001
I think womens cricket it a good thing. Because it will encourage girls to
be fit and healthy. And as my self i enjoy cricket very much. But where i live there
is no club for girls.
SO COME ON GIRLS MAKE YUOR SELF HEARED AND PLAY CRICKET!!
Posted by Jes Rutter on 17 Feb 2001
We are a Ladies team in Gloucestershire and are struggling to find teams to play against. Don't put me in touch with GCCC they are a easte of time. Help!
Posted by k.c on 11 Feb 2001
have tournaments round the year and efforts should be put in at junior level and selection should be done on merit.
Posted by Kiran Baluch on 10 Feb 2001
Hello! i am the Editor for the 'Women's Cricket
International" magazine. Anybody interested in submitting
their articles please e-mail on the followin address:
Any Pakistani girls interested in playing cricket or need
information regarding clubs near them pleas contact:
Pakistan Women's Cricket Control Association,
Posted by Matt Greenwood on 8 Feb 2001
Sally Shaw who Plays for N.S.W and Bankstown is my P.E Teacher
And I Think the mens Aussie Side Should have a game against the Womans
Posted by viola muza on 5 Feb 2001
Please can established women's cricket organisation be kind enough to give us a copy of their constitution and regulations and any other useful information. We would like to start womens cricket in the country?
Posted by Peter Goss on 3 Feb 2001
News apparently not reported.
WA Women led by Zoe Goss with bat and ball comfortably defeated Queensland in their second match at the WACA 21st Jan..
Posted by Eric O'Dierno on 30 Jan 2001
I was wondering if it was possible for you to post the NSW Women's Cricket Assoc. address somewhere on the site? Or have I missed it? If so, what is it?
Thank you for you time,
PS- ON YA!! Great Job on the site, it's GREAT to be able to keep up with the teams all the way over here in Salt Lake City, Utah (USA)
Keep up the fine work!
Posted by Andrew Hall, Head of Marketing, CricInfo on 27 Jan 2001
Reply to "Curious" - thanks for your comments - CricInfo has an ongoing dialogue with South Africa Women's Cricket and the IWCC covering a number of issues, including future coverage of, and support for, international cricket. We thoroughly enjoyed bringing the 2000 Tournament to our users, and feel that our involvement helped to raise the profile of the tournament and of women's cricket as a whole. We have been quite overwhelmed by the positive feedback from cricket fans - and feel it resulted in a large number of "converts" to the women's game. To coin an overused phrase, "watch this space".
Posted by Cathy Mowat on 26 Jan 2001
Reply for Valerie at Great Bedwyn
Get in touch with Gill McConway or Lisa Drummond at the ECB at Lord's (firstname.lastname@example.org)
They can advise you of your Women's Cricket contact in your County (Wiltshire ???) Can also supply details of any clubs in your area with whom you can make fixtures.
Posted by Bradford Ladies on 24 Jan 2001
Is there anybody there?
Bradford Ladies in West Yorkshire, England REALLY want to hear from any girls/women who want to play cricket.
Any standard, don't be shy, we know you're out there.
If you want to know a bit more, have a look at our website at http://s-n-media.members.beeb.net/blcc/
Email us on email@example.com
Posted by Curious on 24 Jan 2001
Will CricInfo be sponsoring / covering the next Women's World Cup in 2004, or was this World Cup just a once-off? I think the coverage was excellent and dearly hope that we will be able to receive the same for the next World Cup.
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