Lydia Greenway says The Hundred is a "step in the right direction" for women's cricket and she believes it can create a legacy.
The ECB has launched a plan to transform women's and girls' cricket with the fundamental goal of making cricket gender-balanced.
WNBA star Temi Fagbenle is hoping Great Britain's current run in the Women's EuroBasket will help boost the sport's continuing fight for funding.
Karen Greig believes Manchester Thunder’s perfect record against Wasps Netball this season “counts for nothing” ahead of the Vitality Netball Superleague Grand Final.
Mel Mansfield described her Wasps side as "special" after she closed in on winning her first Vitality Netball Superleague title in charge and their third in a row.
Fran Kirby says England are prepared to live up to the pressure of playing as genuine contenders at the Women’s World Cup in France.
London Pulse have announced Sam Bird as their new head coach, replacing the departing Te Aroha Keenan.
Team Bath's Serena Guthrie, Eboni Usoro-Brown and Kim Commane analyse the challenge posed by Saracens Mavericks as both contend for a top-four Vitality Superleague spot.
Tamsin Greenway looks back at another busy week of Superleague action that underlines the competitive nature of this year's competition.
Manchester City midfielder Jill Scott has withdrawn from the England Women's squad for the SheBelieves Cup and will be replaced by Orlando Pride’s Chioma Ubogagu.
Women's World Cup referees are undergoing training with Video Assistant Referee (VAR) over the next two weeks.
Serena Williams consoled 18-year-old Dayana Yastremska after the seven-time Australian Open champion breezed into the fourth round.
The LPGA will co-sanction a pioneering tournament where men and women compete for equal prize money in 2019.
Czech Republic have won their sixth Fed Cup title in eight years after Katerina Siniakova defeated Sofia Kenin to complete victory against the United States.
Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens will miss next week’s Fed Cup final against Czech Republic as United States are shorn of four of their top five players.
We profile the nominees for three of the 2018 Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year awards.
Malky Mackay has praised Scotland Women's coach Shelley Kerr after they qualified for the 2019 World Cup.
Man Utd Women manager Casey Stoney says she is proud to be part of history at "one of the world's biggest football clubs".
Jo Harten's dramatic last-second winner booked England a place in their first Commonwealth Games gold medal match with 56-55 semi-final victory over Jamaica.
Amy Tinkler has withdrawn from the England squad for next month's Commonwealth
Games due to injury.
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