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Tammy Beaumont believes the new season heralds 10 years of growth for the sport

Tammy Beaumont believes the upcoming cricket season is the start of the next 10 years of growth for the sport. The 29-year-old reached the summit ICC One Day International batting rankings for the first time in her career following an impressive winter series in New Zealand, after becoming the sixth England Women’s player to reach 2,500 runs in the format.
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England's Tammy Beaumont moves to top of ODI batting rankings

England opener Tammy Beaumont has become the leading one-day batter in the world for the first time. The 29-year-old moved up five places in the International Cricket Council standings after making 71, 72 not out and 88 not out in the 2-1 series win in New Zealand. Australia captain Meg...
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Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight ease England to ODI win in New Zealand

Stylish half-centuries from Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight steered England to an emphatic eight-wicket win in their opening one-day international against New Zealand in Christchurch. Playing in their first 50-over match for 14 months, England skittled the hosts for 178, with Tash Farrant – playing only her second ODI, seven...
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England Women thrash New Zealand in first ODI for more than a year as Tammy Beaumont stars

England Women cruised to an eight-wicket victory against New Zealand in their first 50-over international in more than a year. Tammy Beaumont (71) and captain Heather Knight (67 not out) fired the tourists to the winning target in just 33.4 overs, having skittled out their hosts for 178 at Christchurch's Hagley Oval. The victory puts England 1-0 up in the three-match series.
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Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight lead England to victory over NZ in first ODI

England Women cruised to an eight-wicket victory against New Zealand in their first 50-over international in more than a year. Tammy Beaumont (71) and captain Heather Knight (67 not out) fired the tourists to the winning target in just 33.4 overs, having skittled out their hosts for 178 at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval.