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Australia Women head to New Zealand to play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals as both sides compete for The Rose Bowl, which Australia have held since 2000.
Ellyse Perry followed a run-a-ball knock of 43 runs with a two-wicket haul to help Australia Women complete a 17-run victory in the third Twenty20 International in New Plymouth and avoid a series whitewash.
New Zealand Women chased down a target of 117 runs in 19.3 overs with the aid of a calculated fifty from their skipper Suzie Bates to complete a five-wicket victory over Australia Women in the second Twenty20 International in Wellington and thereby secured an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
A four-wicket haul from Leigh Kasperek helped New Zealand Women restrict Australia Women to 113 for seven before Suzie Bates, Sara McGlashan and Amy Satterthwaite played crucial knocks to complete a four-wicket win in the first Twenty20 International in Wellington, setting up 1-0 lead in the three match series.
Meg Lanning continued her rich vein of form smashing another century as Australia Women chased down 244 against New Zealand Women with six wickets in hand in the third One-Day International in Mount Maunganui to seal the Rose Bowl series 2-1.
Meg Lanning struck an unbeaten century to guide Australia Women to an eight-wicket win over New Zealand Women in the second One-Day International in Mount Maunganui.
Amy Satterthwaite top scored with 72 as New Zealand Women beat Australia Women by nine runs in the first One-Day International in Mount Maunganui, taking an early lead in the Rose Bowl contest.
Cricket Australia have confirmed that Jess Cameron is to take an indefinite break from cricket and will not be available for international selection until further notice.
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