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Edwards, Hartley and Taylor discuss the incredible progress of the women’s game.
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In the latest PCA vodcast, host David Fulton is joined by three England Women cricketers who have over 500 international caps between them with Charlotte Edwards, Alex Hartley and Claire Taylor the guests.
All three have played key roles in the rise of women’s cricket with multiple World Cup wins to their name, including the famous 50-over and 20-over double in 2009 and the epic 2017 final victory over India at Lord’s.
- Edwards captained her country for 10 years, in a career which totalled 309 appearances for England as she played a key role in leading the game into the professional era.
- Hartley took two important wickets at the 2017 World Cup Final at a sold out Lord’s in one of the most dramatic finals ever. The Lancastrian has recently been confirmed as being amongst the first ever professional domestic women’s players in England and Wales.
- Taylor was the cornerstone of England’s batting line-up through the 2000s and finished the decade in scintillating form by being named Player of the 50-over 2009 World Cup.
The vodcast is the third in a series in partnership with Greene King. Last week saw three captains with 21 trophies between them discuss the winning mentality having previously had T20 pioneers Dimitri Mascarenhas, Tymal Mills and Owais Shah discuss the introduction and evolution of 20-over cricket.