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, 2 months ago
BOWRAL, Australia (CMC): Teenage-opener Hayley Matthews carved out her third successive half-century, but it did little to prevent West Indies Women's losing skid from continuing, as the Caribbean side plunged to an eight-wicket defeat in the ...Jamaica Star, 2 months ago Matthews fifty fails to save Windies from another defeat Antigua Observer, 2 months ago
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The Southern Stars have clinched the ODI series with West Indies, taking a 3-0 lead with an eight-wicket win in Bowral. The West Indies set Australia a target of 221 for victory, after they made 7 for 220 off their 50 overs. Meg Lanning and ...ABC Online, 2 months ago
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, 2 months ago
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