Lamb and Threlkeld Retained for England Women Senior Academy

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  • Friday, 20 October 2017 14:35

LCB Women stars Emma Lamb and Ellie Threlked have been retained for the 2018 England Women Senior Academy. The ECB have released a full list of the England Womens Senior Academy (EWSA) and the England Womens Academy (EWA), with Lamb and Threlkeld being included in the squad. 

The EWSA is in place to enhance the skills of players to ensure they are equipped to perform for England on the international stage. This group of players will be exposed to high quality coaching and will experience domestic and international environments aimed at helping their game move forward.

Full Lists:

England Women’s Senior Academy (EWSA)

Hollie Armitage (Yorkshire)
Ellen Burt (Sussex)
Lauren Bell (Berkshire)
Georgie Boyce (Nottinghamshire)
Izzy Cloke (Kent)
Alice Davidson-Richards (Kent)
Freya Davies (Sussex)
Charlie Dean (Hampshire)
Sophie Dunkley (Middlesex)
Katie George (Hampshire)
Emma Lamb (Lancashire)
Bryony Smith (Surrey)
Linsey Smith (Sussex)
Ellie Threlkeld (Lancashire)

England Women’s Academy (EWA)
Alice Dyson (Derbyshire)
Danielle Gibson (Gloucestershire)
Sarah Glenn (Derbyshire)
Amy Gordon (Surrey)
Eva Gray (Surrey)
Rhianna Southby (Surrey)
Alexandra Travers (Surrey)
Katie Wolfe (Middlesex)

Women’s High Performance Manager Jonathan Finch said: 

We are excited by the players and the coaching team we have working with this group and following on from their initial camp in Desert Springs the younger players will be working towards a tri-series with Australia and South Africa next year.

Both the EWSA and EWA will be overseen by Head Coach of the EWSA John Stanworth, supported by a team of coaches who will deliver across all levels of the England pathway.

Gareth Breese and former LCCC Captain Tom Smith will assist Stanworth in the day-to-day coaching requirements of the two programmes with various specialist coaches utilised throughout the winter to enhance the opportunities for players to develop.

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