ENGLAND women’s batsman Lydia Greenway took a coaching session at Henley Cricket Club on Tuesday of
ENGLAND women’s batsman Lydia Greenway took a coaching session at Henley Cricket Club on Tuesday of last week.
Greenway put the Henley girls and women through their paces with a number of drills including boundary fielding and range hitting. She also spent time in the nets with every player, passing on some of the techniques that have made her such a successful batswoman.
The international player went on to sign autographs and answer numerous questions about her career as well as talking about her future with Southern Vipers in the inaugural Women’s Kia Super League this summer.
The 30-year-old made her England debut in the first Women’s Ashes Test during the 2003 tour to Australia and went on to represent her country a further 224 times, scoring more than 4,000 international runs and taking a total of 121 international catches, over a 13-year span.