Published: 00:00, 19 June 2020
| Updated: 09:55, 19 June 2020
Four players from Kent Cricket have been named in the England women’s training group.
Twenty-four players have been asked to train individually across six venues ahead of a proposed tri-series with India and South Africa in September.
Named in the group that will return on Monday are Kent Cricket players Tammy Beaumont, Fran Wilson, Alice Davidson-Richards and Kirstie Gordon.
Players will initially train on their own before taking part in small group sessions.
The ECB say the women will train under the same medical guidelines and bio-secure conditions as have been in place for England Men.
Zak Crawley and Joe Denly have been named in a 30-strong training group for England men ahead of their first test against West Indies.
The women will be split between the National Performance Centre in Loughborough, Headingley, The Oval, Bristol County Ground, Chester’s Boughton Hall CC and the County Ground, Hove.
Jonathan Finch, director of England women's cricket, said: "We remain hopeful of playing cricket this summer and it's exciting for this group of players to be able to return to training.
"We've had great support from the first-class counties with the use of their venues, and we're grateful to them for that, and hopefully this is one step closer towards England Women returning to the field this summer."
England woman’s training group: Tammy Beaumont (Kent/London Spirit), Lauren Bell (Berkshire/Southern Brave), Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire/Trent Rockets), Kate Cross (Lancashire/Manchester Originals), Alice Davidson-Richards (Kent/Northern Superchargers), Freya Davies (Sussex/London Spirit), Sophia Dunkley (Surrey/Southern Brave), Sophie Ecclestone (Lancashire/Manchester Originals), Georgia Elwiss(Sussex/Birmingham Phoenix), Katie George (Hampshire/Welsh Fire), Sarah Glenn (Worcestershire/Trent Rockets), Kirstie Gordon(Kent/Birmingham Phoenix), Amy Jones (Warwickshire/Birmingham Phoenix), Heather Knight (Berkshire/London Spirit), Emma Lamb(Lancashire/Manchester Originals), Nat Sciver (Surrey/Trent Rockets), Anya Shrubsole (Berkshire/Southern Brave), Bryony Smith(Surrey/Welsh Fire), Linsey Smith (Sussex/Northern Superchargers), Mady Villiers (Essex/Trent Rockets), Fran Wilson (Kent/Oval Invincibles), Lauren Winfield (Yorkshire/Northern Superchargers), Issy Wong (Warwickshire/Birmingham Phoenix), Danni Wyatt(Sussex/Southern Brave).
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