Women's Ashes

Women's Ashes

Meg Lanning and Heather Knight
Women’s Ashes 2019: England Women vs Australia Women, 1st ODI: Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update

The chasing side could have an edge in this game but Australia Women have enough team balance to edge past England Women in any given condition.

Beth Mooney Australia v England
Women’s Ashes, 2017: 3rd T20I – Statistical Highlights

All the stats and numbers from the high scoring T20I game between Australia Women and England Women.

Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor stuns Villani with a lightning quick stumping

By the time anyone could actually realise what is perspiring, Taylor had whipped off the bails in a flash.

Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan
Cricketing Trends on social media today

Here's a look at the way the cricketing fraternity spent their day on social media.

Amanda-Jade Wellington
Australia’s Amanda-Jade Wellington creates a magic moment in the Women’s Ashes

It was a special moment for the 20-year-old leg spinner, who had replaced experienced leg-spinner Kirsten Beams in a bid to earn her Ashes debut.

Ellyse Perry News
Stats: Ellyse Perry’s record breaking innings in numbers

Here we look at all the records and numbers thant Ellyse Perry created during her innings.

Ellyse Perry
Ellyse Perry couldn’t stop laughing after catching one out of nowhere

"I think because it was just so embarrassing. I am just laughing instead," she quoted recalling the moment.

Heather Knight
Women’s Ashes, 2017, 3rd ODI Review: Heather Knight plays a captain’s knock to take England home

England captain Heather Knight scored 88 runs off 80 balls as England registered their first points of the tour. 

Rachael Haynes
Rachael Haynes to be named as captain of Australia women’s team for the Ashes

The Australian skipper Meg Lanning will be unavailable throughout the 2017/18 home season after undergoing a shoulder surgery.

England Women v Australia Women: Women's Ashes Series - 2nd NatWest T20
England collapse as Australia regain Women’s Ashes

England collapse as Australia regain Women’s Ashes: Australia’s women have regained the Ashes after beating England by 20 runs to win the second Twenty-20 at Hove on Friday. The victory gave Australia an unassailable 10-4 points lead in the multi-format series, which concludes with a T20 in Cardiff on Monday, effectively a dead rubber now. England captain Charlotte Edwards elected to […]