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The 2017 year was a great one for Aussie sport. Although not quite the groundbreaking, history-making year that 2016 was, the individual achievements of the last 12 months were nonetheless tremendous in their own rights.

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As the curtain is drawn on 2017, these my podium awards for those who gave sports-lovers so much pleasure throughout the year.

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At around this time last year, as I reflected on 2016, I knew that it had been a watershed 12 months for women in sport.

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Ellyse Perry has unsurprisingly taken home the inaugural Rachael Heyhoe Flint award as the ICC’s women’s cricketer of the year.

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An Ellyse Perry’s six that hit a spectator at North Sydney Oval on Saturday is not a rare occurrence. It made me dive into my book Six Appeal and other reference books before I narrate some hellish stories concerning spectator hazards.

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The ‘ground full’ sign should be erected every time Ellyse Perry is on duty.

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With Australia 4-2 up in the women’s Ashes after just three matches, in seeming defiance of the very laws of arithmetic, the two sides visited North Sydney Oval to play the sole Test match of the series.

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After four days of cricket at the picturesque North Sydney Oval, the Test between the Australian Women’s Cricket Team and the England Women’s Team ended in a draw.

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The Ashes. Australia versus England on the cricket pitch in one of world sport’s greatest rivalries. While the men have had the limelight for 135 years, the women have struggled for recognition. But slowly that is changing.

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Ellyse Perry’s unbeaten 213 in yesterday’s Test should have set up the Australian women’s team to regain the Ashes.

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Australia’s Ellyse Perry has confirmed her status as an all-time great with a record-breaking 213 not out against England in the day-night Ashes Test.

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Ellyse Perry has broken the Australian women’s Test record for the highest ever score, smashing an unbeaten 213 against England in the women’s Ashes.

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This month, we have been so engrossed in State of Origin, Wimbledon and the controversy between Cricket Australia and players’ union that the splendid performances by Australian cricketers in World Cup in England have been largely ignored.

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England hadn’t beaten Australia in the women’s World Cup since 1993 – until this morning.

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While Cricket Australia and the Australian Players Association act like spoiled brats over the Memorandum of Understanding, Ellyse Perry is doing what she does best, winning ODIs.

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Welcome to The Roar’s women’s sport weekly wrap – a space where I’ll introduce you to personalities in women’s sport and share some of the biggest talking points from the past week.

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Welcome to The Roar’s women’s sport weekly wrap – a space where I’ll introduce you to personalities in women’s sport and share some of the biggest talking points from the past week.

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It has been all negative on The Roar this week. But cheer up mates, everything’s not over.

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Women’s sport is booming across the nation but dual international Ellyse Perry can’t see a code war breaking out any time soon, at least when it comes to Australia’s cricket talent.

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Cross-code star Ellyse Perry has starred with bat and ball to propel Australia to a confidence-boosting 15-run win over India in the third and final Twenty20 International at the SCG.

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