Women's Ashes

Brunt Heading Home, Cross Stays To Cover

England fast bowler Katherine Brunt has been ruled out of the remainder of the Women's Ashes series due to a lower back injury and Kate Cross will remain in Australia as cover.
23 January 2014

Brunt To Miss Second Ashes ODI

England fast bowler Katherine Brunt will miss the second Women's Ashes One-Day International in Melbourne due a lower back injury.
22 January 2014

England Women Win Opening Ashes ODI

Unbeaten half-centuries from Arran Brindle and Lydia Greenway guided England to a seven-wicket win over Australia in the first Women's Ashes One-Day International in Melbourne.
19 January 2014

England Women Lose ODI Warm-Up

The Cricket Austraila Chairman's XI beat England Women by two wickets in a warm-up match in Melbourne ahead of the Women's Ashes One-Day Internationals.
17 January 2014

England Women Lead The Way...Again

As an English person, If you want to win a Test match in Australia, best send for the England Women after they won in Perth this morning.
13 January 2014

England Win Ashes Test By 61 Runs

England dismissed Australia for 121 on the final day of the Women's Ashes Test in Perth to win by 61 runs and take a six-point lead in the multi-format series.
13 January 2014

England Leave Australia Struggling

An enthralling third day of the Women's Ashes Test in Perth ended with Australia struggling on 57 for five after they were set 185 to win by England.
12 January 2014

Wickets Continue To Tumble In Perth

A result, and six points to either Australia or England, is looking increasingly likely in the Women's Ashes Test in Perth after 11 wickets fell on day two.
11 January 2014

Bowlers Prosper On Opening Day

12 wickets fell on the opening day of the Women's Ashes Test in Perth as Australia closed on nine for two after bowling England out for 201.
10 January 2014

England Women Draw Tour Game

The Australian 'Shooting Stars' Under-21 team fought back to close on 301 for seven and draw their two-day tour game with England Women, who had been bowled out for 386.
7 January 2014

Australia Name Twenty20 Ashes Squad

Australia Women have named a 12-player squad for the three Twenty20 Internationals that will end the multi-format Ashes contest with England later this month.
7 January 2014

Flying Start For England Women

England Women made an ideal start to their Ashes tour of Australia by hitting 362 for six on day one of their two-day game against an Australia Under-21 'Shooting Stars' team.
6 January 2014

Farrell Returns As Australia Name Ashes Squads

Australia have named their Test and One-Day International squads to take on England in the multi-format Women's Ashes contest in January.
19 December 2013

Brunt, Knight, Shrubsole Return For England

Fast bowlers Katherine Brunt and Anya Shrubsole as well as batting star Heather Knight have returned from injury to be selected in the England Women's Ashes squad.
11 December 2013

Grundy Called Up As Colvin Takes A Break

Rebecca Grundy has been added to the England Women's Performance squad to replace Holly Colvin, who has decided to take a break from cricket.
15 November 2013

England Women's Ashes Win Boosts Participation

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have released figures that indicate that England Women's Ashes success helped boost grass root participation among women and girls.
16 October 2013

Video - Charlotte Edwards On Ashes-Winning Summer

England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards describes regaining the Ashes earlier this year as one of her most memorable summers.
4 October 2013

England Women Celebrate Ashes Success With Another Win

England Women celebrated their regaining of the urn on Thursday by winning the final match in this year's Ashes series today at Chester-le-Street.
31 August 2013

Highlights - England Regain The Women's Ashes

Watch highlights of England's Women's Ashes-winning five-wicket victory over Australia in the second Twenty20 International in Southampton.
29 August 2013

Greenway Magnificent As England Regain Ashes

Lydia Greenway struck a superb unbeaten 80 in 64 balls to guide England to a five-wicket win over Australia in the second Twenty20 International, a win that regained the Women's Ashes.
29 August 2013

 
 
 
 

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