The Lord's honour boards are set to feature women cricketers for the first time following an announcement from the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) to introduce honour boards for both Men's and Women's ODIs.
The move comes after the recently concluded Women's World Cup.
This means England bowler Anya Shrubsole's match winning heroics of 6-46 in the final will be etched on the new boards.
Things to know about the Lord's honour boards
Lord's - The Home of Cricket
Lord's cricket ground, famously referred to as the 'home of cricket' is currently located at St John's Wood, London. It was established in 1814. Owned by MCC, the historical ground was named after its founder Thomas Lord.
What are the Lord's honour boards?
For years, the honour boards at Lord's cricket stadium featured on them the names of cricketers who scored a century or took five wickets in an innings or ten wickets in a match, in the Tests, at the stadium.
The honour boards, in the 'home' and 'away' teams' dressing rooms, "provide a reminder of best batting and bowling performances in the Lord's history."
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A step towards equality?
Lord's, which has begun admitting women as members only after 1999, has often come under criticism for its discriminatory rules towards women.
Having hosted the widely watched women's world cup final which saw a sell-out crowd, the club's chairman Gerald Corbett said that "Lord's is changing and that they are much more open than they were."
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