It was a quiet first 10 overs, with both Australia and India earning wins in the form of runs and a wicket, respectively. Radha Yadav gave India their first breakthrough dismissing Alyssa Healy.
As India women cricketers set foot into hitherto uncharted territory, it would be fair to say the auction has gone way beyond expectation for several of them if one compares it with the IPL.
Some indigenous Australians commemorate the day as Invasion Day or Colonization Day because the arrival of white settlers set in motion the seizure of lands and the diminution of the indigenous Australian culture.
The first edition of WPL, with team valuation of more than Rs 4600 crore and broadcast deal upwards of Rs 950 crore, has already started grabbing eyeballs.
Alyssa Healy made 55, while captain Meg Lanning (41) and Ellyse Perry (40) also contributed with the bat as Australia racked up a competitive 173 for nine. Ashleigh Gardner was the chief destroyer with a sublime spell of...
Australia's Ashleigh Gardner secured the ICC Women's Player of the Month award as her contributions with bat and ball guided her side to T20I series victory in India, and led her to the summit of the Player Rankings for...
Australia chased down 125 with 21 balls to spare on Saturday as they notched up their fourth win on the trot to top Group 1.
Australian all-rounder Ashleigh Gardner has overtaken West Indies skipper Hayley Matthews, India's Deepti Sharma and New Zealand captain Sophie Devine to attain a career-best No.1 spot in the latest ICC Women's T20I player...
Australia beat India by 54 runs in the fifth and final women's T20I to take the five-match series 4-1.
Continuing her dream comeback, Perry smashed a blistering 72 not out from 42 deliveries to power Australia to 188 for 3 after being invited to bat.
Invited to bat, Ellyse Perry smashed 75 off 47 balls while Grace Harris clobbered 41 off just 18 balls as Australian Women scored a decent 172 for 5.
In reply to Australia's score, India also ended at 187 for 5 in 20 overs with Smriti Mandhana top-scoring with 79 while Shafali Verma contributed 34.
Electing to bat, India posted a challenging 154 for eight. But Australia chased it down with an over to spare for a three-wicket win.
Australia will be bolstered by the return of Ashleigh Gardner who missed the first two games due to COVID-19. Get live streaming details of AUS-W vs NZ-W.
After posting 269/8, Australia dismissed New Zealand for 128 to register a 141-run win in their ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022.
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The 24-year-old Ashleigh Gardner was ruled out of Australia’s opening two ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 games after contracting COVID-19.
Australia play England and Pakistan on March 5 and 8 respectively. Ashleigh Gardner is likely to be replaced by Annabel Sutherland or Grace Harris.
Sophie Devine and Amelia Kerr (92 not out) put on 2016 runs as New Zealand chased down Australia’s 321 all out with nine wickets and 6.5 overs to spare.