England wicketkeeper and Old Brightonian, Sarah Taylor, announced her retirement from international cricket last week.
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We're proud and excited to announce that two of our distinguished Old Girls, Sarah Taylor (W. 2002-07) and Laura Marsh (F. 2000-05) have been selected to represent Englandin the Cricket World Cup in India, starting in late June.
Sarah took an indefinite break from the game last year and has not played a formal match since last year’s World T20 semi-final against Australia but the 27-year-old was awarded an England contract in December last year and has resumed training with the national squad.
England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor will played her 100th one-day international against South Africa last week.
England wicketkeeper-batswoman and Old Brightonian Sarah Taylor has become the first woman to play 'men's-grade' cricket in Australia.
Sarah Taylor (Ch. 2002-07) has become the first women's cricketer to be inducted into the 'Legends Lane' at the BrightonandHoveJobs.com Sussex County ground.
Congratulations go out to Sarah Taylor (Fe. 2002-07) who has won the ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year. Sarah was part of the England team who took home the Ashes earlier this year and was named the T20 International Cricketer of the year back in January.
Huge congratulations to Sarah & the England team on back-to-back Ashes victories - succeeding so brilliantly where England's men failed...
Sarah Taylor (W. 2002-07) was named the T20 International Women's Cricketer of the Year at the LG ICC Awards which took place over Christmas.
Former pupil and England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor (W. 2002-07) has been named ICC Women's T20 Cricketer of the Year at the LG ICC Awards in Colombo.