Weber WBBL players came together with participants from all levels of the game to launch the eighth season of the world’s best cricket league for women, and cricket’s inaugural Women and Girls Week.
10 October 2022
Jess Jonassen Brisbane Heat captain shares her thoughts on this week's Finals series
22 November 2021
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.
22 February 2016
Jess Jonassen will lead the Governer-General's XI against the touring India Women in the first game of its kind on Friday (22nd January).
19 January 2016
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
Jess Jonassen struck a defiant unbeaten 95 to take Australia to stumps on day one of the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury on 268 for eight after England had earlier reduced them to 99 for five.
11 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
Australia have included Kristen Beams, Nicole Bolton and Jess Jonassen in their Women's Ashes squad to take on England in the multi-format contest later this year.
1 June 2015
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
Australia Women won the second Twenty20 International against the West Indies Women by 86 runs at the Adelaide Oval, restricting their opponents to just 74 in reply to 160 for four.
5 November 2014
Australia Women won the first Twenty20 International against the West Indies Women by four wickets despite Hayley Matthews and Anisa Mohammed taking three wickets apiece.
2 November 2014
Jess Jonassen took four wickets and then scored 33 as Australia Women beat Pakistan Women by five wickets in the second One-Day International in Brisbane.
24 August 2014