5.32am EDT05:32BREAKING FROM BRISTOLPaul Newman (@Paul_NewmanDM)Terrible challenge by Adil Rashid on Jason Roy in England's football at Bristol. Straight red! Reminiscent of Owais Shah on Joe Denly....September 24, 2017Ah, Shah on Denly. A classic. Setback for England as Joe Denly injures knee in football warm-upShare5.18am EDT05:18BRIGHT AND BREEZY FROM BRIZZYTwo ODIs played, England 1-0 up, one win away from taking an unassailable lead in this five-match series.
Evening ladies and gents. After a long season that has seen England host two world tournaments, two Test series and a heck of a lot of domestic cricket – congratulations Essex and Nottinghamshire, so far – we’re here. The middle of September. Somehow, with two rounds of the Championship to play and six limited-overs internationals before cricket is actually over. Well, for a few weeks before the players fly out to Australia for the Ashes.
Western Storm have won the second edition of the Kia Super League, beating the defending champions, Southern Vipers, by seven wickets – and at the game’s conclusion, the Vipers captain, Charlotte Edwards, confirmed her retirement from professional cricket. The England great told Test Match Special this was her last game “at this level”. Edwards is England’s most capped player, playing 23 Tests, 191 one-day internationals and 95 T20s across 20 years, the last 10 of which as captain.
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