Australia A claim opening T20 against England Women's Academy
Each of Australia A's top seven batters all reached double figures striking at better than a run-a-ball, which was key in building a competitive total.
It was a similar story in the field, with six players claiming wickets to restrict the hosts to 6-134.
Australia A was able to take wickets and break the England partnerships regularly which proved the difference between the two sides.
Spinner Erin Burns finished with 1-13 to go with a handy 29 with the bat, while Sammy-Jo Johnson (1-11) and Carey (1-23) were also economical.
The two teams will play a final T20 on Friday before Australia A returns home.
Commonwealth Bank Ashes Tour of England - Australia A squad
Maitlan Brown, ACT
Erin Burns, NSW
Maddy Darke, NSW
Josie Dooley, QLD
Heather Graham, WA
Sammy-Jo Johnson, QLD
Tahlia McGrath, SA
Sophie Molineux, VIC
Georgia Redmayne, QLD
Molly Strano, VIC
Rachel Trenaman, NSW
Belinda Vakarewa, TAS
Amanda-Jade Wellington, SA
Australia A Fixtures
29 June, England v Australia A, Loughborough - ENG won by 81 runs
3 July, England Women’s Academy v Australia, Loughborough - AUS A won by five wickets
5 July, England Women’s Academy v Australia, Loughborough - AUS A won by seven wickets
8 July, England Women’s Academy v Australia, Loughborough - AUS A won by 123 runs
Three-day tour match
12-14 July, England v Australia A, Millfield School, Street - ENG won by 319 runs
17 July, England Women’s Academy v Australia, Millfield School, Street - AUS A won by 20 runs
19 July, England Women’s Academy v Australia, Millfield School, Street
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