Cambridgeshire's Charlotte Edwards has become the all-time record run-scorer in women's one day international cricket.
England captain Edwards made 109 as the defending champions won the second match of their Women's World Cup campaign in Mumbai yesterday, beating India by 32 runs.
Edwards and England are back in action against the West Indies tomorrow.
Essex fast bowler Reece in line for PCA's Young Player of the Year
Norwich City's latest arrival, Johann Elmander says he can't wait to get started in his second spell in the Premier League.
Man-of-the-match David Willey led Northamptonshire to 102-run victory over Surrey in the T20 final in Edgbaston, Birmingham.