Will the success of the Women's World Cup 2017 change women's cricket forever?

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Will the success of the Women's World Cup 2017 change women's cricket forever?

England win the Women's Cricket World Cup by nine runs against India in a thrilling final at Lord's

Summer 2017 has been a successful one so far for British women's sport with England's cricketers getting things off to a flying start. England won their first Women's World Cup since 2009 in front of a record crowd at Lord's thanks to a heroic performance in the final overs from pace bowler Anya Shrubsole. With more than 50 million people tuning in to watch the tournament and a record 26,500 crowd at the final, the home tournament seems to have been a success on and off the field. So, after making such an impact, will the success of the tournament change the face of women's cricket forever?

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