Australia have another Ashes concern with Tayla Vlaeminick added to their injured list, before their second Twenty20 against England was washed out. Just 4.1 overs
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Tahlia McGrath starred with bat and ball for Australia as Meg Lanning’s side chased down 170 to storm to a nine-wicket victory in the first
Good morning! And welcome to the first England v Australia Women’s T20 – the crust on the breakfast barm that is the 2022 Women’s Ashes.
Getting ready for the start of the Women’s Ashes, it feels strange that the last time I played for Australia was April 2021. It’s by
The Blundstone Arena in Hobart recently provided the scene for English cricketing humiliation, but England Women have happier memories there. In January 2014, Charlotte Edwards
Beth Mooney’s Ashes appear over and her World Cup campaign is in doubt after the world’s best Twenty20 batter suffered a broken jaw at Australia’s
Heather Knight has faced some stiff challenges in her five years as England captain, but the four-month odyssey down under – when her side will
Legspinner Alana King is on the cusp of an international debut in the women’s Ashes after being included in Australia’s 15-player squad for the series.