- Heather Knight, who led England to victory in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, is hoping for an encore in the West Indies
- Below are some highlights from a first-person article from her; full write-up available at icc-cricket.com and on the Online Media Zonefor free editorial use giving credit to ICC
England captain Heather Knight is hoping to repeat the success at Lord’s last year, when her team lifted the ICC Women’s World Cup beating India in a thriller in front of a packed house.
“I know the West Indies will be keen to put on a great show and hopefully we can play some entertaining cricket that the fans enjoy,” Knight shared in a first-person article for the ICC. “It would be nice if we could repeat what happened at Lord’s last summer as well.”
Knight still remembers the memorable 23 July match which England won by nine runs and notes how the women’s game has progressed over the past few years.
“The ICC Women’s World Cup – that we were lucky enough to host last summer – was an amazing advert for the women’s game and further proof that more and more people are flocking to our sport.
“We are constantly progressing, and it makes me incredibly excited to think of where we’ll be in two years, four years and so on.”
The following is the schedule of upcoming articles:
24 Oct – First-person article by New Zealand captain Amy Satterthwaite
25 Oct – Umpire and match referee appointments
25 Oct – First-person article by India captain Harmanpreet Kaur
26 Oct - First-person article by South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk
27 Oct – First-person article by Windies captain Stafanie Taylor
The following articles have been released and are available on the ICC website and OMZ:
22 Oct – First-person article by Australia captain Meg Lanning
21 Oct – Calypso support and history add to flavour of ICC Women’s World T20
20 Oct – ICC Women’s World T20 2018 highlights changing face of women’s cricket
19 Oct - A look back at previous tournaments
10 Oct - Squads confirmed for ICC Women’s World T20 2018