Women Ashes

Alyssa Healy: Making Those Tough Runs Early Has Been The Best Thing

Alyssa has been in lean run in the ongoing women's Ashes, making just 56 runs in five innings, including a pair in a one-off Test at Canberra. But her contributions of 27 and 22 in the first two ODIs have given her reasons to be confident.

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1st ODI: Australia Beat England By 27 Runs, To Retain Women’s Ashes

A strong bowling display from England led by Kate Cross (3-33) and Katherine Brunt (3-40) helped England restrict Australia to a below-par total of 205/9 in 50 overs, despite Beth Mooney's fighting innings of 73.

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Women’s Ashes: Four Days Is Enough If We Don’t Get Rain, Says Meg Lanning

In the ongoing multi-format series, Australia are 6-4 ahead based on points and need to win two out of the three ODIs starting from Thursday to win the ongoing women's Ashes.

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Women’s Ashes: Test Performance Has Shown We Can Fight Back, Says Heather Knight

England captain Heather Knight on Wednesday said her team's performance in the drawn one-off Test has shown that they can fight back.

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Women’s Ashes Test: We declared Wanting To Take 10 Wickets, Says Meg Lanning

Meg Lanning said the declaration after batting for 64 overs was to have a crack at taking 10 England wickets on the final day of the one-off women's Ashes Test at the Manuka Oval

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Women’s Ashes Test: One-Off Match Ends In a Thrilling Draw

After Australia declared at 216/7 to set England a target of 257 off 48 overs, the tourists took on the challenge with aplomb.

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Women’s Ashes Test: Heather Knight Has Taken The Whole World On Her Shoulders, Says Katherine Brunt

The 36-year-old, who picked 5/60 earlier in the day, was confident of her fighting back in the match on day three.

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Uncapped Lauren Bell Added To England Squad For Ashes Test

In a warm up match against the senior England women's team, Bell produced an excellent bowling performance (3 for 35), dismissing Tammy Beaumont, Nat Sciver and Amy Jones.

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