England Women have awarded three players new rookie contracts, while five internationals are moving KSL franchises.
Shrubsole, Bates, Wolvaardt... on International Women's Day, we look at the female cricketers set to star in 2018.
Bryony Smith, Alice Davidson-Richards and Katie George have been included in England Women's squad for the tour of India.
Lydia Greenway talks about her Cricket for Girls initiative and how she wants to provide female role models for girls.
The achievements of some of the world's top sportswomen will be celebrated with a 24-hour takeover on Sunshine Golf Mix on Thursday.
England seamer Anya Shrubsole will be the first woman to appear on the front cover of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.
Melbourne Stars defeated city rivals Renegades on boundary countback in a thrilling Women's Big Bash League clash at the MCG.
Sunshine Golf will show 12 matches from the Kia Super League this summer as part of a huge line-up of women's sport in 2018.
Melbourne Renegades wicketkeeper Emma Inglis' premature celebration nearly cost her team victory in the Women's Big Bash.
England Women need vibrant pitches and regular game time to build on a successful and award-laden 2017, writes Kalika Mehta...
Ben Stokes, Ireland, England Women and more... we look at who should have - and who needs - a big 2018 in the world of cricket.
Heather Knight hopes women's sport can continue to flourish after receiving an OBE for leading England to Cricket World Cup victory.
Away from the England men's team, we take a look back at some of the other cricketing highlights of 2017...
England Women will play India and Australia in a Twenty 20 international tri-series in Mumbai in March and April next year.
Ahead of our Christmas Day show on England Women's World Cup win, Holly Gillett recounts the side's game-changing triumph...
Ellyse Perry has been named the inaugural winner of the Rachael Heyhoe Flint award for ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year.
England Women were named Team of the Year at Sunday's Sports Personality awards after winning the 2017 Cricket World Cup.
Tammy Beaumont thought she would never play cricket for England again, but is relishing her second chance.
2017 was a hugely successful year for England Women but coach Mark Robinson says there are plenty of advancements to make.
All the results as Australia retained the Women's Ashes with an 8-8 draw against England in a thrilling multi-format series.
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