Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Martin Davies
21 followers -
Author of the Women's Cricket Blog
Author of the Women's Cricket Blog

21 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
WBBL04 - R2 Review
Here are the results from the second week of WBBL04 fixtures, which saw Sydney Sixers pick up two wins out of two to take them to the top of the ladder, but only on NRR. Scorchers 167/9 lost to Sixers 171/4 Hurricanes 158/6 lost to Stars 159/5 Strikers 153/...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
WBBL04 - R1 Review & R2 Preview
WBBL04 is up and running and the highlight of the first round of fixtures has to be Lizelle Lee's stonking 102* for the unfancied Melbourne Stars, which took them to victory over the tournament favourites Sydney Sixers. Sixers' 165/7 was a decent effort, bu...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
WBBL04 - Preview & Round One Games
The fourth edition of the Women's Big Bash League (hence WBBL04) kicks off this weekend with all eight teams in action at the CitiPower Centre at the Junction Oval in St Kilda - the home of both the Melbourne Stars and the Melbourne Renegades. The opening m...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Windies Blog - Part Six - Done & Dusted
After nearly three weeks in the Caribbean I am, unfortunately, back behind my desk in a rain swept and grey city in the south of England. The odyssey is over and, not surprisingly, the Australians are the 2018 Women's World T20 champions, or should that be ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Windies Blog - Part Five
And then there were two! And perhaps not surprisingly it is the two with the most professional set-ups, who have made it through to the final - Australia and England. Last night at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium Australia trounced the Windies, with Alyssa ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Windies Blog - Part Four
So we have moved on from St Lucia, where it was raining again as we left, to Antigua, for Thursday's two semi-finals - West Indies v Australia and India v England, and then the final on Sunday. Somewhat bleary-eyed we made it to the small George F L Charles...
The Windies Blog - Part Four
The Windies Blog - Part Four
womens-cricket.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Windies Blog - Part Three
We have our semi-finalists - India, Australia, England and West Indies. An unchanged England team beat an abject South Africa on Friday here in St Lucia to effectively secure their place in the semis, which was confirmed a few hours later when a rampaging W...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Windies Blog - Part Two
Watch This is blaring out (as it does at very regular intervals throughout all the games), and Bangladesh have just taken a wicket with the first ball of the crucial Sri Lanka v Bangladesh game. Crucial - well the teams that finish in the top four of each g...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Windies Blog - Part One
It's Sunday 11th November 2018 and I'm sitting at my desk looking out to the north west from the top of the Caribbean island of St Lucia. Several hundred metres below the sea is lapping gently onto a white sand beach sporting the usual paraphernalia of an u...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Ten Predictions for the Women's World T20
With the start of the Sixth Women's World T20 competition just 10 days away we thought it was time for a few frivolous predictions, so here goes.....feel free to add your own in the comments. No 1 Chloe Tryon will be the leading player for South Africa * ...
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded