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MacDonald-Gay called into England Women ODI squad

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Maidstone-born Kent Talent Pathway graduate Ryana MacDonald-Gay has been called-up to England Women’s ODI squad to face New Zealand, with their series starting tomorrow.

The Kent Women seamer represented England Women A in their tour to New Zealand in March and will link up with the squad in Durham later today.

Heather Knight’s side begin their Metro bank ODI series against the White Ferns at the Seat Unique Riverside tomorrow lunchtime.

Head coach Jon Lewis said: “Ryana has been a standout bowler in domestic 50-over cricket and had a good 50-over tour of New Zealand with our England A team.

“We have brought her in at this point as we have a couple of niggles in the squad. We have been really impressed with her skill level and accuracy.

“She is an exciting young talent and we look forward to having her in the squad.”

An unmissable evening of cricket is coming to Canterbury this Summer, and tickets are selling fast to see England’s heroes take on the White Ferns of New Zealand in Canterbury, just an hour’s journey from the capital.

It is only the second time that Canterbury has hosted a Women’s International T20 match in its long history, and will be another boost for the continued growth of women’s cricket in Kent.

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