Nicola Carey spoke following Australia's fitness session in Baroda today. Carey made her Australian One Day International debut on Monday and claimed her first ODI wicket in yesterday's match against India.
Nicole Bolton scored 84 while Ellyse Perry came up with an unbeaten 70 and claimed two wickets as well helping Australia Women to a 60-run win over India Women in the second One-Day International in Vadodara.
Kagiso Rabada claimed 11 wickets in the game as South Africa dismissed Australia for 239 in their second innings and knocked down the target of 101 runs with six wickets in hand in the second Test in Port Elizabeth to level the series 1-1 with two more games to go.
Nicole Bolton scored an unbeaten century as Australia Women chased down 201 against India Women in 32.1 overs with eight wickets in hand in the first One-Day International in Vadodara to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
After AB de Villiers slammed a 126-run knock to help South Africa post 382 runs, Kagiso Rabada claimed a three-wicket haul to keep Australia in check at 180 for five at stumps on day three of the second Test in Port Elizabeth.
Kagiso Rabada and Lungisani Ngidi shared eight wickets between them as South Africa went on to dismiss Australia for 243 runs in the first innings and later knocked down 39 runs off the deficit losing a solitary wicket at stumps on day one of the second Test in Port Elizabeth.
Aiden Markram scored an impressive 143 while Quinton de Kock remained unbeaten on 81 for South Africa but Australia are just one wicket away heading into the final day from winning the first Test in Durban.