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England women draw the series but Australia retain the Ashes

England won the final IT20 by four wickets at the Manuka Oval after an incredible partnership between Danni Wyatt and captain Heather Knight. Wyatt scored a remarkable maiden international hundred while Knight reached 51 in a superb stand that brought England from likely defeat to a thrilling victory as they spearheaded a record-breaking women’s IT20 chase

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England lose second ODI

Australia triumphed under the lights at Coffs Harbour to take the second ODI of the Women’s Ashes and go 4-0 up in points in the multi-format series. Having opted to bowl first England struggled to make regular breakthroughs and Australia were able initially to set a promising platform, and eventually an imposing total of 296-6.

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England women announce Ashes squad

England Women announced their squad for the Ashes tour of Australia today with Lancashire’s left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone named as part of the 15. The ICC Women’s World Cup champions depart for Brisbane on October 7, where they’ll attempt to regain the Ashes across a multi-format series that takes in three one-day internationals, a Test

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ECB and Cricket Australia announce 2017 Women’s Ashes Schedule

ECB and Cricket Australia announce 2017 Women’s Ashes Schedule including an historic inaugural day-night Test England start bid to regain Ashes on 22 October 2017 in Brisbane North Sydney Oval to host first ever women’s Day-Night Test from 9-12 November Multi-format series to feature three One-Day Internationals, one Test and three Twenty20 Internationals Just two

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England women win T20 series against Australia

England women win the 3rd Women’s Ashes NatWest International Twenty20 against Australia at The SSE SWALEC, Cardiff England women won the toss and elected to bowl Australia women – 111 (Alex Blackwell 24, Grace Harris 24, Anya Shrubsole 4-11, Natalie Sciver 4-15, Becky Grundy 2-28) 20 overs England women – 114-5 (Natalie Sciver 47, Lydia Greenway

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Australia Women regain the Ashes

England women v Australia women – 2nd Women’s Ashes NatWest International Twenty20, The County Ground, Hove England will be bitterly disappointed that after their sparkling performance with the ball, and limiting Australia to just 107 runs they dismally failed to even get close to that total with the bat.  Lydia Greenway was the pick

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