A dynamic all-round display by Jess Jonassen inspired Australia to an 86-run trouncing of the West Indies in Wednesday's Twenty20 women's international. In reply to Australia's imposing 4 for 160, the Windies mustered just 9 for 74 from their 20 ... ABC Online, 2 weeks ago
Jonassen helps Aussies smash Windies - Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central, 2 weeks ago
Jonassen leads Australia to Twenty20 win - Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
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West Indies Women suffered an excruciating 148 run clobbering at the hands of Australia Women in the fourth and final One Day international in Australia on Tuesday. The defeat meant the West Indies Women finished the series winless as the ...Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, 4 days ago WI Women suffer ODI whitewash against Aussies Jamaica Star, 3 days ago Windies suffer ODI whitewash against Aussies Antigua Observer, 4 days ago Southern Stars sweep T20 series Canberra Times, 2 weeks ago
Dominant performances from Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry secured a fourth consecutive one-day victory over the West Indies on Tuesday as the Southern Stars completed a clean sweep of the series. A 121-run partnership between Lanning and Perry left ...Canberra Times, 5 days ago Australia beat West Indies 4-0 in ODI series WA Today, 5 days ago
Australia have set the West Indies an imposing target of 276 in the final women's one-day international in Bowral as the Southern Stars seek a clean sweep of the four-match series. Captain Meg Lanning and allrounder Ellyse Perry again led the way ...Sydney Morning Herald, 5 days ago Women's cricket crown up in the air Noodls, 1 month ago
Australia have made two changes to their line-up as they seek a clean sweep of the four-match one-day women's international series in Bowral. Vice-captain Alex Blackwell and bowler Rene Farrell have been rested from Tuesday's final game, with Jess ...Sydney Morning Herald, 5 days ago
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Australia have made a change to their line-up as they seek a third successive victory to clinch their five-match women's one-day international against West Indies in Bowral on Sunday. Victorian opening bowler Julie Hunter has replaced Megan Schutt ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
The West Indies have suffered a blow for the second women's one-day international in Sydney with star all-rounder Stafanie Taylor ruled out due to illness. Australia have stuck with the same side that edged a final-over three-wicket win over the ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Stylish right-hander Stafanie Taylor narrowly missed out on her sixth One-Day International hundred when she carved out a brilliant 95, but West Indies Women could not capitalise and went down by three wickets to Australia Women in the opening game ...Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, 1 week ago Taylor stands tall but Windies fail again Jamaica Star, 2 weeks ago Brilliant Taylor fails to save Windies from series defeat Antigua Observer, 2 weeks ago
By Nov. 11, 2014, 7 p.m. Australia's women have won the opening one-day international against West Indies by three wickets despite a nervy finish. A 105-run partnership between captain Meg Lanning (95) and Ellyse Perry (53) led the Southern ...Gloucester Advocate, 1 week ago Southern Stars win first ODI against West Indies ABC Online, 1 week ago LIVE: Southern Stars v West Indies Noodls, 3 weeks ago
Australia and the West Indies meet on Tuesday at Sydney's Hurstville Oval for the first time in a one-day international since last year's Women's World Cup final, with top spot in the ICC Women's Championship on the line. Australia are coming off a ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
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