Australian player Steve Smith has bagged the Allan Border Medal while Sean Abbott was named the 'Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year'.
27 January 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
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Johnson has picked up both the ICC Cricketer Of The Year and the ICC Test Cricketer Of The Year awards at the sport's annual awards ceremony.
14 November 2014
Stafanie Taylor scored 95 and took two for 45 but ended up on the losing side as Australia Women won the first One-Day International against the West Indies Women by three wickets in Sydney.
11 November 2014
Australia Women were pushed harder than they were in the first two games before claiming a Twenty20 International series win over the West Indies Women with a four-wicket victory in Melbourne.
7 November 2014
Australia Women completed a 4-0 clean sweep over Pakistan Women by winning the fourth and final Twenty20 International by 20 runs in Robina.
5 September 2014
Nicole Bolton and Meg Lanning scored half-centuries as Australia Women beat Pakistan Women by eight wickets in the third and final One-Day International in Brisbane.
26 August 2014
Meg Lanning is to succeed Jodie Fields, who announced her retirement yesterday, as the full-time captain of Australia Women.
13 June 2014
Our latest news ICC World Twenty20 2014 video update reviews a dramatic day which saw wins for England and South Africa in the men's competition as well as Australia and New Zealand in the women's tournament.
27 March 2014
Meg Lanning scored 126 - a new record score in Women's Twenty20 Internationals - as Australia beat Ireland in Group A of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Sylhet.
27 March 2014
Australia head into the Super Sixes stage of the 2013 ICC Women's World Cup as the only side to have won all three matches following a seven-wicket win over New Zealand in Cuttack. Opener Meg Lanning scored a century - her fourth in ODI cricket - while Jess Cameron hit 82 as the pair put on 180 for the second wicket to finish Australia's group campaign in style.
5 February 2013
Meg Lanning hit 112 to help Australia comfortably beat arch-rivals New Zealand and take maximum points through to the Super Six stage of the ICC Women's World Cup. Lanning's fourth ODI century meant that Australia easily overhauled the White Ferns' total of 227 for six, which had been built around a fourth career century from the prolific Suzie Bates.
5 February 2013
Meg Lanning hit the quickest century by an Australian to power her side to a nine-wicket victory over New Zealand Women in the third One-Day International in Sydney. Lanning's 103 in 50 balls eased Australia past a 178-run target and the victory means they have retained the Rose Bowl with one game remaining.
17 December 2012
Australia Women levelled their One-Day International series with New Zealand Women after winning the second game in Sydney by four wickets. Batting first, New Zealand posted 288 for six thanks to Amy Satterthwaite's 109 but Australia passed their score in 46.4 overs after openers Meg Lanning and Rachael Haynes both scored half-centuries.
14 December 2012
Australia Women thrashed India Women by 221 runs to comfortably move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead in a one-sided game in Mumbai. Meg Lanning scored 128 and Alex Blackwell 81 as the tourists piled up 300 for seven and India were blown away in reply, bowled out for just 79 as Ellyse Perry returned five for 19.
14 March 2012
Australia demolished India, bowling them out for just 62 en route to a convincing eight-wicket win in the opening match of the Women's Quadrangular Twenty20 International series in Billericay. India's innings lasted just 18.2 overs but Australia needed just 10.2 overs to knock off the runs, losing only Shelley Nitschke and Meg Lanning along the way.
23 June 2011
Meg Lanning marked only her second One-Day International appearance with an unbeaten century which guided Australia Women to an emphatic series-clinching nine-wicket win over England Women in Perth. Lanning was unbeaten on 104 as Australia raced to 215 for one in reply to 214 for nine to move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead with one match remaining.
7 January 2011