The Wallaroos play Catch-up

Jay Tregonning has announced the names of 32 Wallaroos to appear in the Pacific-Four series next month. (See list and fixtures below). The squad has even less test level experience than the Black Ferns when they undertook their northern tour last year. The two nations meet in the opening round of the tournament. There was

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A New Wallaroos Squad – Two Tests on the Menu

Jay Tregonning, the new Australia coach, has announced a squad of 32 players to meet Fiji and Japan in two tests: Iliseva Batibagasga (NSW Waratahs), Emily Chancellor (NSW Waratahs), Annabelle Codey (Queensland Reds), Lori Cramer (NSW Waratahs), Piper Duck (NSW Waratahs), Georgina Friedrichs (NSW Waratahs), Grace Hamilton (NSW Waratahs), Tamika Jones (Western Force), Asovia (Eva)

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Australia win ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022

Australia won their seventh ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup with a 71-run victory over England in Christchurch. Alyssa Healy’s staggering innings of 170 saw Australia put on 356 for five as England’s bowlers had no answer to a batting masterclass, Anya Shrubsole’s three for 46 the only highlight for the defending champions. Nat Sciver once again

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Australia qualify for the semi-finals

Australia completed a World Cup-record chase of 278 to beat India by six wickets and become the first team to book their place in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 semi-finals. Skipper Mithali Raj’s 68 was one of three fifties for India as they built vital partnerships to frustrate Australia’s bowlers on their way

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Australia ease to victory against New Zealand

Australia recovered from a shaky start and put New Zealand to the sword in a 141–run victory to remain undefeated at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022. A 101-run partnership for the fifth wicket between Ellyse Perry and Tahlia McGrath stabilised Australia’s innings before some big hitting from Ashleigh Gardner lifted them to 269 for eight. New Zealand

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