Monday, 5 June 2017

Coverage of the Women's World Cup 2017

In less than three weeks the Women’s Cricket World Cup will take place in England. There are several days on which two, three or even four games are being played simultaneously.

Therefore, four dedicated followers and reporters on women’s cricket have decided to get together to provide guaranteed 100% coverage of the entire tournament. We will have someone at each and every game. We have also teamed up with a top women's cricket photographer to capture all the action in pictures too. 

You will find our work on a dedicated Women's World Cup Blog. Complete coverage of the whole tournament. 

We call it The WWC17 Blog and it is here.

Here's who we are...

Raf Nicholson - ESPNCricinfo’s go-to voice for women’s cricket. Covered the 2013/14 women’s Ashes tour in Australia. Has spent the past decade researching women’s cricket and recently completed a PhD in the history of the women’s game in England. Has written on the women’s game for The Guardian, Wisden and All Out Cricket magazine.

Martin Davies – the man behind the highly-respected Women’s Cricket Blog, he has followed women’s cricket for almost 15 years, including in New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Australia, as well as England. He writes on the women’s game for Wisden and The Cricketer.

Syd Egan - Has written on women’s cricket for many years and has unparalleled knowledge of the domestic game in England. Now Staff Writer for www.CRICKETher.com. Has also written for ESPNCricinfo and All Out Cricket magazine.

Snehal Predhan - Ex-Indian international turned cricket writer. Has written for Wisden India, ESPNCricinfo’s The Cricket Monthly, Cricbuzz, and the sports pages of firstpost.com. An expert on subcontinental women’s cricket.

Don Miles - The doyen of women's cricket photography. After more than 20 years of covering the women's game through the lens of his camera, he knows what he is about. Author of the Women's Cricket website, the first women's cricket site on the Net.

The blog is a collaborative effort by these four writers, plus it features the photos of one of the best photographers of women's cricket.

Our aim is simply to provide complete coverage of the entire WWC17. Check out the blog for all you need to know about the WWC17.

MD
05/VI/17

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