England's women clinched the series by hanging on for a draw in the third and final Test against India in Hyderabad yesterday. The final pair of Debbie Stock and Clare Taylor lasted more than three hours, facing 243 balls. England, who drew the first Test and won the second by two runs, went into the final day chasing a target of 302. They finished on 182 for 9.Reuse content
Norman Gifford, who left Sussex at the end of last season, will take up a full-time coaching appointment with Durham next year. Gifford, 55, captained Worcestershire and Warwickshire and took 2,068 wickets during his 28-year first-class career.