Sussex Women's Cricket Association
The Sussex Women’s Cricket Association, under the guidance of the Sussex Cricket Board, run everything to do with Women & Girls County cricket in Sussex, including the cricket clubs.
In the last nine years, the Sussex Women’s team have won the County Championship five times, in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2010. The Women have also reached the County T20 semi final in the last two years.
In 2011 the Sussex age groups had their most successful season, with the Under 17s winning the County Championship, the Under 11s winning the Arundel Festival, the 13s were runners up in the County Championship final and the under 15s reached the semi final of the County Championship.
Also Sussex had the most girls selected for the Junior Super 4s in 2011, which consists of the best 48 under 19 players. Sussex had 11 players selected for this.
The 2012 season looks even more exciting, as well as having the Under 11, 13, 15, 17 and Women’s squad, the Sussex Women’s cricket association will be running three new team, Under 11 and 13 development sides and an Under 19 squad.
There are currently a number of Sussex players in the England and England Academy set up.