A video of Australian women cricketers' reaction to the new pay structure set by Cricket Australia (CA). The national board on May 21 announced a restructuring in the contract system for international and state women cricketers.

This decision will professionalise women's cricket in Australia and make it a viable career for women cricketers. Under the new structure, some of the top women cricketers can earn upto $80,000 a year.

For players like Holly Ferling who juggles between her university education along with cricket and Ellyse Perry who manages cricket along with football, this announcement will provide stability and security to their respective career.