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Western Storm were a women's Twenty20 cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Heather Knight and coached by Trevor Griffin. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.

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  • Western Storm were a women's Twenty20 cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Heather Knight and coached by Trevor Griffin. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.
  • Western Storm are a women's Twenty20 cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Heather Knight and coached by Trevor Griffin. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. In 2020, women's cricket in England was reformed and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset CCC, Gloucestershire CCC, Glamorgan CCC, Devon CCC, Cornwall CCC, Wiltshire CCC and Cricket Wales. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary.The team is partnered with Somerset CCC, Gloucestershire CCC, Glamorgan CCC, Devon CCC, Cornwall CCC, Wiltshire CCC and Cricket Wales. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset, Gloucestershire, Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire, Cricket Wales and Glamorgan CCC. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset, Gloucestershire, Glamorgan, Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Cricket Wales. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
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  • Western Storm were a women's Twenty20 cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Heather Knight and coached by Trevor Griffin. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.
  • Western Storm are a women's Twenty20 cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Heather Knight and coached by Trevor Griffin. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team from the South West of England. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League. In 2020, women's cricket in England was reformed and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the University of Exeter.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset CCC, Gloucestershire CCC, Glamorgan CCC, Devon CCC, Cornwall CCC, Wiltshire CCC and Cricket Wales. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary.The team is partnered with Somerset CCC, Gloucestershire CCC, Glamorgan CCC, Devon CCC, Cornwall CCC, Wiltshire CCC and Cricket Wales. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset, Gloucestershire, Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire, Cricket Wales and Glamorgan CCC. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
  • Western Storm are a women's cricket team representing South West England and Wales, one of eight regional hubs in English domestic cricket. They play their home matches at the County Ground, Taunton and Nevil Road, Bristol. They are captained by Sophie Luff and coached by Mark O'Leary. The team is partnered with Somerset, Gloucestershire, Glamorgan, Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Cricket Wales. Originally formed to compete in the Women's Cricket Super League in 2016, Western Storm won the competition twice, in 2017 and 2019. When women's cricket in England was reformed in 2020, the Western Storm brand was retained, and they competed in the 50-over Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
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