ECB launches action plan with aim of transforming women’s cricket

• Connor believes plan will help close the gap to Australia
• ‘It’s time for us to make a big move ourselves’

The England and Wales Cricket Board has launched an action plan to transform women’s cricket, and Clare Connor believes it will help close the gap to Australia.

An initial £20m of funding over the next two years will allow 40 full-time professional, domestic contracts to be handed out in addition to the existing 21 England women centrally contracted players.

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