Provided by Wisden Australia's Lisa Sthalekar became the first woman to score 1000 runs and take 100 wickets in ODIs. If popularity is a criterion to go by, then the Ashes is right up there as a cricketing spectacle that has not just history ... MSN News US, 1 month ago
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The 2015 Women's Ashes series continues at Canterbury on Tuesday with the four-day Test between England and Australia shown exclusively live for the first time on Sky Sports. England Women currently trail 4-2 in the multi-format series having lost ...Sky Sports, 2 weeks ago Women's Ashes explained Sky Sports, 1 month ago 2015 Women's Ashes explained Sky Sports, 1 month ago Guha's top Women's Ashes memories BBC, 1 month ago
Australian cricket owes a big thank you to Wayne Cook. The schoolteacher created a girls' cricket team at Griffith East Public School in the 1990s, which began a career path that will see Alex Blackwell line up on Tuesday for an unprecedented 200th ...Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago Women's Ashes: 'Gritty' Alex Blackwell savouring unprecedented 200th appearance Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago
Lisa Sthalekar and Holly Colvin think a two-week break is just what England needs to re-group ahead of their TestSky Sports, 1 month ago England will welcome break Sky Sports, 1 month ago
Facing the slippery fast-bowling of her older brother Scott Coyte, and the resulting blows from the paceman who went on to play for NSW and Sydney Thunder, was not the hardest moment of Sarah Coyte's cricket-dominated childhood. It was the season ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Early barrage from brothers fuels Sarah Coyte's cricketing rise Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
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Chris Rogers scored another half-century but fell short of a hundred which could have been his first since February 2014. (Source: Reuters) Australia's Chris Rogers on Thursday scored 95his seventh consecutive Test fifty— against arch-rivals ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Ryan Harris, Australia's pace machine, was his captain's go-to bowler. Known for bowling his heart out every time he took the field for Australia, the 35-year-old was finally done in by a knee injury that led him to announce his retirement from all ...MSN News US, 1 month ago
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