Posts Tagged "Meg Lanning"

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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A measured captain’s knock from captain Meg Lanning has steered Australia to a five-wicket win over New Zealand in the third Rose Bowl one-day international at Bay Oval in Mt Maunganui.

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Australian women’s cricket captain Meg Lanning has hit the highest score of this season’s WBBL, powering the Melbourne Stars to a seven-wicket win on Saturday over the Sydney Sixers.

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After the success of the inaugural Women’s Big Bash League, our nation’s star-studded female cricketers are back in action.

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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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On October 31 last year Matt Toomua was in the Wallaby squad that lost the Rugby World Cup final 34-17 at Twickenham.

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It was a gutting loss for Australia but a win for women’s cricket on Sunday, when West Indies showcased their development in the World Twenty20 final.

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Tonight at Eden Gardens, Kolkata, Meg Lanning’s Australian T20 team will be after their fourth world championship on the trot when they take on the West Indies in the final.

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Superstar Meg Lanning has steered her Melbourne Stars into cricket history as the first team to win a Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) match.

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A new set of siblings are looking to make their mark on Australian cricket alongside the Marsh, Waugh and Chappell families.

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It’s not uncommon to see a catch taken after rebounding off a close-in fielder, but what about off a wicketkeeper’s head?

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Women and men play sport together in everyday life. They work together in all industries. So why don’t they play together in most professional sport scenarios?

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Australia’s Ellyse Perry has blamed a poor start with the bat for her team’s loss in the opening Women’s Ashes one-day international.

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Last week I wrote an article which focussed on the decision to oust Pete Siddle for Mitchell Starc in which I very briefly touched on the dynamics, or lack thereof, of the Channel Nine commentary team.

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Captain Meg Lanning and star all-rounder Ellyse Perry have maintained their rich batting form as Australia romped to an eight-wicket over the West Indies to clinch the women’s one-day international series.

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Three years after contemplating the end of a career that had lost its glitter, Mitchell Johnson officially reclaimed the mantle of world’s best cricketer.

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Meg Lanning’s Australian women’s Twenty20 side is deserving of far more support.

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Imagine captaining your country to a World Cup win at the age of 22, while personally turning in a decisive performance in the final four crunch matches. The deed would stand for the rest of your life.

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Matt Jones chalked up his first USPGA win in seven years when he took out the Houston Open in a play-off with Matt Kuchar, and in the process booked himself into the Masters field this week.

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I had to read the women’s T20 World Cup final last night. That’s right, read.

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