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England Beat Australia In Super Over

England Women beat Australia in a Super Over in Canberra to get their first win of the Commbank IT20 Tri-Series and their first under new Head Coach Lisa Keightley. Captain Heather Knight was the hero, recording her second career-best performance in two days – rescuing her side from 39/3 with an excellent 45-ball 78. She was

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England Women Win Final IT20

England Women won the final match of the Vitality Women’s IT20 series and the Women’s Ashes with a spirited effort at Bristol. Debutant off-spinner Mady Villiers was the star of the day – taking 2-20 and claiming the big wickets of Alyssa Healy and Ashleigh Gardner. England had earlier set 139-5 from their 20 overs,

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Australia Win By Seven Wickets At Hove

Australia Women won the second Vitality Women’s IT20 at Hove and went 12-2 up in the Women’s Ashes. England batted first on a slow pitch and worked their way to 121-9. Some early wickets gave them hope of defending their total – Australia at one point slipping to 35-3 – but Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry

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Australia Women Win Ashes Outright At Chelmsford

Australia Women went 10-2 up in the Women’s Ashes and won the trophy outright after a comfortable win in the first Vitality Women’s IT20 at Chelmsford. A superb unbeaten century from Meg Lanning powered the visitors to an imposing 226-3 and in reply England were never able to get going. Australia continued to take wickets throughout

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Australia retain the Ashes

Australia retained the Women’s Ashes after the Test match at Taunton ended in a draw on day four. The tourists hold an unassailable 8-2 lead over England heading into the three-match IT20 series, with England no longer able to reach the 10 points needed to regain the trophy. England passed the follow-on target in the

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Australia Steady On Day One At Taunton

Australia enjoyed the best of the first day of the Kia Women’s Test at Taunton, reaching 265-3 at the close. In a must-win game for England their bowlers plugged away with limited success, coming up against Ellyse Perry (84*) and Rachael Haynes (54*) who put on 105 for the fourth wicket. Three wickets fell in

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