Ashes-winner Heather Knight reflects on England's success and how far women's cricket has come.
England Women consolidated their Ashes success with a comfortable seven-wicket win in the third Twenty20 international.
England Women have regained the Ashes with a five-wicket defeat of Australia in the second Twenty20 international.
England women are one victory away from regaining the Ashes after defeating Australia by 15 runs at Chelmsford.
Next year's women's Ashes series in Australia will work to the same format as the current series in England.
Heather Knight and Laura Marsh set a record seventh-wicket as England's women battled to 314 all out against Australia.
A resolute display from opener Heather Knight provided some much-needed backbone for England Women against Australia.
Sarah Elliott was unbeaten on 95 as Australia made a commanding start to the Ashes Test against England at Wormsley.
Heather Knight is counting down the hours until the Women's Ashes gets underway on Sunday.
England's cricketers have had a makeover for Cricket United ahead of the new-look Women's Ashes!
England's Women have drawn portraits of each other ahead of the Ashes in aid of Cricket United.
England v West Indies Royal London One Day International
19th September 2017
England v South Africa Investec Test Match
4th August 2017