The Hundred has the potential to match the WBBL and deliver huge gains for the women’s game, and those lucky enough to play in, says high-performance consultant Trent Woodhill.
Lancashire and England star Kate Cross is still hoping to play some cricket this year, but admits female cricketers across the country will be contemplating their futures in the game.
Danni Warren and David Thorley are doing their bit to ensure regional women’s cricket has a bright future and continues to pave a clear pathway for the best talent to thrive.
The coronavirus may have stopped cricket in its tracks, but Charlotte Edwards is confident that the women’s game – which has already taken huge strides – is destined for big things at domestic and international levels.
Record-breaking wicket taker Katie Levick doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to divulging her thoughts on the game she loves, particularly when it comes to the advancement of women’s cricket.
From playing boys’ cricket to joining the women’s game at a young age, Anya Shrubsole hopes The Hundred will be a gamechanger for aspiring female cricketers in this country.