Australian swashbuckling opening batsman David Warner bagged the country's highest cricketing award, the Allan Border Medal, after a stupendous run of form in 2015.
27 January 2016
Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry was named as the Outstanding Woman In Sport at the I Support Women In Sport awards held in Sydney on Tuesday.
28 October 2015
Dinesh Chandimal has been named as the Cricket World Player of the Week for a brilliant counter-attacking innings that pulled Sri Lanka out of the jaws of defeat and instead helped them pull off a wonder victory.
17 August 2015
Ellyse Perry took six wickets to bowl Australia to a convincing 161-run win over England in the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury that puts her side within a point of claiming victory in the multi-format series.
14 August 2015
Alex Blackwell and Ellyse Perry both scored centuries as Australia Women drew a two-day game against the England Women's Academy in Loughborough.
2 August 2015
For wonderful contributions late in the tournament, man of the series, Dwayne Bravo, who led his side Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel to the Caribbean Premier League Title, is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
27 July 2015
Australia Women completed a fourth series clean sweep of their summer, winning the fourth and final One-Day International against the West Indies by 148 runs in Bowral.
18 November 2014
Meg Lanning scored an unbeaten century to help set up an eight-wicket win for Australia Women over the West Indies Women in Bowral which puts the home side into an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
16 November 2014
Ellyse Perry scored a half-century and took three wickets to help Australia Women beat the West Indies Women by 53 runs in the second One-Day International in Sydney.
13 November 2014
Ellyse Perry returned figures of three for nine to help set Australia Women on the way to an eight-wicket win over the West Indies Women and a 4-0 Twenty20 International series clean sweep.
9 November 2014
Cricket Australia XI captain Ellyse Perry top scored with 62 during a six-run win over the West Indies Women in the second Twenty20 warm-up game in Canberra.
23 October 2014
Ellyse Perry made a successful return from injury by leading a Cricket Australia XI to a nine-wicket win over the touring West Indian Women in a Twenty20 warm-up game in Canberra.
21 October 2014
All-rounder Ellyse Perry is back to full fitness and included in Australia Women's Twenty20 and One-Day International squads to take on the West Indies Women.
17 October 2014
Ellyse Perry will captain a Cricket Australia XI in two Twenty20 matches against the West Indies Women that gets their tour of Australia underway later this month.
1 October 2014
Reigning champions Australia survived a huge scare to beat South Africa and claim their first victory of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Sylhet.
25 March 2014
Ellyse Perry struck a brilliant unbeaten 90 to guide Australia to a four-wicket win in the third Women's Ashes One-Day International against England in Hobart.
26 January 2014
Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry has suffered a setback following ankle surgery after an infection necessitated a second minor operation. She was operated on in March to remove bone spurs which contributed to a stress fracture and the subsequent infection has added another two to three weeks to her rehabilitation.
3 April 2013
Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry has undergone successful surgery to remove bone spurs from her ankle and now faces up to three months on the sidelines. She is aiming to be able to run again in six weeks and it may be 10-12 weeks before she can start bowling.
12 March 2013
Ellyse Perry, one of Australia's 2013 World Cup winning heroines, has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in her left ankle following her return from the tournament in India. She missed the Super Six matches against England, Sri Lanka and the West Indies but returned to take three wickets in the final to bowl her side to a convincing 114-run win.
28 February 2013
Australia survived a huge scare before confirming their place in the ICC Women's World Cup Super Sixes stage with a three-wicket win over South Africa. After South Africa made 188 for nine, Australia slipped to 155 for seven before the cool heads of Erin Osborne and Ellyse Perry took them over the finishing line with more than four overs in hand.
3 February 2013