Happy New Year!
New year…renewed direction…you decide?!?!
Wednesday 24th February 2010, at Headingley Carnegie is when you get to influence the future of women’s cricket in Yorkshire.
After months of discussions behind the scenes it is your opportunity to decide whether YWCA will continue as it is or will become a sub-group of YCB.
For more information on the YWCA EGM and AGM and to find out if you are entitled to vote please click here.
Congratulations to all Yorkshire's teams
Yorkshire women's cricket has had a fantastic season with a successful year for all teams.
The under 15s won their group and made it to the quarter finals while the seniors, under 17s and under 13s were all unbeaten and crowned 2009 champions. The presentation evening in November is a chance to celebrate that success and congratulate the girls on their achievements.
Congratulations to Yorkshire's Internationals
Congratulations to Yorkshire's Katherine Brunt and Danielle Hazell who were part of England's successful T20 World Cup winning squad.
Danielle Hazell and Katherine Brunt
Katherine's superb bowling performance in the final at Lords earned her the player of the match award.
Yorkshire off to a winning start
Things are looking bright for Yorkshire with all teams unbeaten to date.
Yorkshire's Claire Atkinson
Results for all matches and up and coming fixtures can be found on the play-cricket website which can be reached from the links in the right hand column of this page.
Match report from the Under 13s vs Cumbria, click here >>
Match report from the Under 15s vs Durham, click here >>
Match report from the Under 15s vs Northumberland, click here >>
Brunty's World Cup Blog
YWCA is delighted to be working in conjunction with ECB Media Relations Officer Imogen Gaunt and Yorkshire's very own Katherine Brunt live in Australia to bring you a behind the scenes insight into the ICC Women’s World Cup.
Katherine Brunt
Click here to read about Katherine’s World Cup experiences.
2009 – What a year for Women’s Cricket!!
Unless you’ve had your head in the sand you can’t help but notice that 2009 is going to be a big one for Women’s Cricket.
With the ICC Women’s World Cup (March), the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 (June) and the npower Women’s Ashes (July), the profile of the game has never been higher…
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First up is the ICC Women’s World Cup. Click here to download the tournament schedule and links to further information including details of games you can watch on Sky Sports. Adobe PDF logo
YWCA AGM
The YWCA AGM was held on Monday 8th December at the Bradford & Bingley Cricket School, Headingley.
Click here to download the AGM report of the 2008 seasonAdobe PDF logo
Road to success leads to Headingley Carnegie
It’s been a long and far from perfect season but as it comes to a close and we catch our breath, Yorkshire's players can be satisfied with their achievements.
This year's highlights were:
The under 13s progression through to the Final of the LV Women’s u13 County Championship 2008
The Senior Squad being crowned Division 3 County Champions 2008
Yorkshire at Headingley Carnegie
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Senior success was celebrated with some of our YCCC colleagues when four of the players and some of the coaching staff attended the final Natwest Pro40 game at Headingley Carnegie with the Trophy. More details »
Yorkshire crowned Division 3 Champions
Yorkshire 2008
Yorkshire 1st XI 2008
Yorkshire 1st XI were crowned Division 3 County Champions in Taunton. This came off the back of a lot of hard work by the players and support staff during the winter.
New look for County Championships in 2009
This year's festival in Taunton from 29th to 31st July was the last in this format.
The county competition will change in 2009 to a league format where each team in a division of 6 will play each other home and away. This will be followed by a 20/20 festival.
Change of Selection Policy
The YWCA have recently changed their selection policy for county squads.
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The purpose of this policy is to clearly lay out the guidelines by which selections for YWCA county squads are made.
The document will guide the way YWCA coaches, managers and county selectors carry out their role and provide transparency to the selection process.
YWCA County Selection Policy Adobe PDF logo
YWCA Trials Nomination Form Adobe PDF logo
YWCA Players' Letter re Selection Policy Adobe PDF logo