FORMER England Women's cricket captain Charlotte Edwards made a guest appearance at the ECB Kwik Cricket girls finals at Trowbridge Cricket Club on Tuesday.

The county finals for mixed and girls teams took place on Monday and Tuesday at the County Ground, following qualifying competitions that had taken place during May and early June.

Current Southern Vipers Super League player Edwards gave advice and then presented the medals to the schools at the girls competition.

Fitzmaurice Primary, from Bradford on Avon, won the mixed competition while Broadchalke, from near Salisbury, won the girls event.

Edwards later made her way to Royal Wootton Bassett Cricket Club where she joined in with their All Stars Cricket session, the ECB’s new programme for 5-8 year olds.

Meanwhile, the county boys U10s were in action on Sunday against Dorset, falling to a seven-wicket defeat.

Batting first, Wiltshire managed 106 all out with Flynn Gunston top scoring with 22.

In reply, Dorset reached their total for the loss of three wickets inside 23 overs.

The boys U14s were also in action on Sunday, where they fell to defeat to Somerset at Chippenham CC.

Wiltshire batted first and posted a decent 218-8 with Ed Wade scoring 90 and Jonny Castleton chipping in with 36.

Somerset though chased the total down with ease, losing just three wickets The girls U15s played Cornwall at Marlborough College, posting 131 all out with Lily Day top scoring on 44.

Cornwall cruised to their target for the loss of just two wickets.