Having given you the men's triumph in 2019, I now present the companion piece: my beautiful, hand-drawn colour linear scoresheet telling the ball-by-ball story of the 2017 CRICKET WORLD CUP FINAL. This was the fourth time England’s women had lifted the Cup. A full house at Lord’s saw Heather Knight raise the trophy after an astonishing effort by her bowlers, who induced an Indian collapse which saw six wickets fall for 28 runs. Anya Shrubsole was the architect of one of the most remarkable comebacks in any final.

This is a limited edition print. Only 447 will be made (the number of runs scored in the match). 

 

Though Kit Harris Scoresheets are lovingly made here in London, the plan is to print and dispatch this one remotely. Since it's printed remotely, it isn't signed or numbered.

The paper is exactly A2 size and it comes rolled, packed and unframed. The prints have been made using a professional-standard Canon Prograf PRO-6000S large format printer, or equivalent, using an eight-colour process. The inks are Lucia Pro pigment inks, or equivalent, with a light fastness of 80 years (i.e. behind glass) and a gas fastness of 50 years (i.e. without glass). The paper is brilliant matte 120 gsm high-quality non-recycled stock.

£50 including delivery to any address worldwide.