Tammy Beaumont hopes England’s World Cup-winning team will become heroes to aspiring young cricketers.
Anya Shrubsole’s father jumped for joy at Lord’s when his daughter bowled England to victory in the Women’s World Cup final.
Clare Connor hopes England's thrilling World Cup triumph will act as a springboard for women's cricket.
Tammy Beaumont and Anya Shrubsole are among five England players to be named in the ICC's Team of the Women's World Cup.
England Women's World Cup triumph and Anya Shrubsole's match-winning display has inspired a generation, says Francis Kelly.
Anya Shrubsole reflected on a "dream come true" after bowling England Women to a fourth World Cup title at a sold-out Lord's.
Charlotte Edwards said Anya Shrubsole gave the "performance of her life" as England beat India to win the Women's World Cup.
Heather Knight worried Jenny Gunn had dropped the World Cup moments before England's thrilling nine-run triumph over India.
Anya Shrubsole claimed six wickets and a run out as England launched a stirring comeback to beat India and win the Women's World Cup.
How Anya Shrubsole's match-winning spell downed India and fired England to the World Cup title in a thriller at Lord's.
India's progression to Sunday's World Cup final signals the growth of an exciting new order in the women's game, says Francis Kelly.
Here's how England Women overcame a first-match blip to win seven on the trot and reach Sunday's ICC Women's World Cup final.
India will face England in Sunday's ICC Women's World Cup final after Harmanpreet Kaur's stunning 171no set up a 36-run win.
England Women's cricket captain Heather Knight says winning the World Cup final at Lord's would be special.
Who will face England in the Women's World Cup final? Find out live on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Mix on Thursday.
England Women boast a deep batting line-up - but can a member of the top four see them home in Sunday's World Cup final?
Tickets for Sunday's ICC Women's World Cup final involving England at Lord's have now sold out.
England secured a last-over, two-wicket victory over South Africa to book their place in Sunday's ICC Women's World Cup final.
Charlotte Edwards helped set a world record at Lord's in what she hopes is the first of an England double against Australia this week.
How England beat South Africa by two wickets in a nail-biter at Bristol to reach the final of the Women's World Cup.
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