World Cup winner Claire Taylor believes Heather Knight’s England team will reach the semi-finals of this year’s Women’s Cricket World Cup.England showed a marked improvement after failing to win a single match in the multi-format Women’s Ashes last month as they pushed Australia to the final over on Saturday in the tournament opener.Knight’s side started their title defence with a 12-run defeat but Taylor, who won the tournament in 2009, believes the improvement is significant.“We did bat better against Australia than we had earlier (in the Ashes) but I think we should make the semi-finals and then it’s anyone’s competition,”...
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Keystone native Claire Taylor reflects on television and the pandemic in her entertainment industry role
At first, Claire Taylor didn’t think the coronavirus pandemic would drastically affect her career. Like others, the director of programming for Denver’s SeriesFest nonprofit believed it would be short-lived and that the television-focused festival would go off in June like normal. As the weeks went on, however, she realized it wouldn’t affect just the 2020 festival, but the festival for the following year and beyond.