Australia captain Meg Lanning and Erin Burns spoke to at North Sydney Oval

Meg Lanning
Meg Lanning
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Cricket Australia (CA), Cricket NSW and the Sydney Sixers, in conjunction with the North Sydney Council, today confirmed that North Sydney Oval will remain the home of women’s cricket in Sydney for at least the next four years.

As part of the deal, CA has guaranteed there will be at least one women’s international match featuring the Australian Women’s Team as well as four Rebel Women’s Big Bash League matches played at North Sydney Oval every season for at least the next four years with the option to be extended to another four years.

Australia captain Meg Lanning and all-rounder Erin Burns spoke to media at a press conference at North Sydney Oval to celebrate the announcement.

Audio from a press conference with Lanning and Burns can be found below:

 

Meg Lanning audio 

Erin Burns audio

 

An image of Lanning, Burns and Rachael Haynes with North Sydney Mayor, Jilly Gibson, North Sydney Council General Manager, Ken Gouldthorp and Michael Dalton, Chief Operating Officer of Cricket NSW is available here. Photo credit: cricket.com

 
Commonwealth Bank T20I squad

1. Meg Lanning (c) (Victoria)

2. Rachael Haynes (vc) (New South Wales)

3. Erin Burns (New South Wales)

4. Nicola Carey (Tasmania)

5. Ashleigh Gardner (New South Wales)

6. Heather Graham (Western Australia)

7. Alyssa Healy (New South Wales)

8. Jess Jonassen (Queensland)

9. Delissa Kimmince (Queensland)

10. Beth Mooney (Queensland)

11. Ellyse Perry (Victoria)

12. Megan Schutt (South Australia)

13. Tayla Vlaeminck (Victoria)

14. Georgia Wareham (Victoria)

 

Commonwealth Bank ODI squad

1. Meg Lanning (c) (Victoria)

2. Rachael Haynes (vc) (New South Wales)

3. Nicola Carey (Tasmania)

4. Ashleigh Gardner (New South Wales)

5. Heather Graham (Western Australia)

6. Alyssa Healy (New South Wales)

7. Jess Jonassen (Queensland)

8. Delissa Kimmince (Queensland)

9. Beth Mooney (Queensland)

10. Ellyse Perry (Victoria)

11. Megan Schutt (South Australia)

12. Tayla Vlaeminck (Victoria)

13. Georgia Wareham (Victoria)

 

Fixture

 

Twenty20 Internationals

29 September, 2:40pm – Australia v Sri Lanka, North Sydney Oval, Sydney

30 September, 7:10pm – Australia v Sri Lanka, North Sydney Oval, Sydney

2 October, 2:10pm – Australia v Sri Lanka, North Sydney Oval, Sydney

 

One-Day Internationals*

5 October, 10am – Australia v Sri Lanka, Allan Border Field, Brisbane

7 October, 10am – Australia v Sri Lanka, Allan Border Field, Brisbane

9 October, 10am – Australia v Sri Lanka, Allan Border Field, Brisbane

 

*ICC Women’s Championship matches