BBC UK – Former England captain Charlotte Edwards has been named Hampshire’s new director of women’s cricket.
- Former England captain Charlotte Edwards has been named Hampshire’s new director of women’s cricket.
- The 37-year-old, who led England to victory in three Ashes series and the 2009 World Cup and World Twenty20, retired from playing last summer.
- “I look forward to working with players, coaches and staff to help Hampshire become one of the leading domestic clubs in the country for women’s cricket.”
- Edwards retired from international cricket in 2016 having led England for over a decade and scored more than 10,000 international runs in a 20-year career.
- “She’s a legend in the women’s game and has been a superb ambassador for the Vipers both on and off the pitch over the past two seasons,” said Hampshire chief executive David Mann.