Western Storm travel to the Kia Oval to take on South East Stars in the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy today.
This is a 50-over match and play is due to get underway at 10:30am.
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England trio Heather Knight, Anya Shrubsole and Katie George are all available for selection for the final time and Head Coach, Mark O’Leary will pick the starting XI from the following players: Sophie Luff (c), Fi Morris (vc), Heather Knight, Anya Shrubsole, Katie George, Georgia Hennessey, Danielle Gibson, Nat Wraith, Alex Griffiths, Nicole Harvey, Lauren Parfitt, Lauren Filer, Mollie Robbins, Emma Corney, Steph Hutchins, Emily Edgcombe, Niamh Holland and Bethan Gammon.
LAST TIME OUT
The two sides met in the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy last season, and it was Western Storm who came out on top by seven wickets at Bristol.
South East Stars won the toss and elected to bat first.
Kirstie White and Maxine Blythin both made 50 as the visitors made 212 for nine from their 50 overs. Georgia Hennessey was the pick of the home bowlers with three for 40.
Despite the early losses of Fi Morris and Lauren Parfitt, Hennessey (86) and a superb innings from Sophie Luff (104 not out) saw Western Storm to their target with 23 balls to spare.
VIEWS FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Ahead of the match, Western Storm Head Coach, Mark O’Leary said: “Hopefully, we can bounce back well this weekend. We had a really good training session yesterday and there’s a great vibe around the camp this week.
“It’s great for women’s cricket to be able to play at venues like the Kia Oval and it’s a big occasion.
“South East Stars are a team we know well from last year, we’ve done our research and we will need to execute our skills well on the day.
“This will be our last game with the England players. They’ve been exceptional for us again this year, but their departure gives other players the opportunity to show what they can do over the next few weeks.”