Posts Tagged "Women’s Ashes"

She’s one of Australia’s most recognisable sports identities but Ellyse Perry remains as modest as ever about her achievements.

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The past 12 months have seen exponential growth in women’s sport. From the AFLW and the World Cup-winning Jillaroos to the Aussie sevens’ Sydney masterclass and the Sam Kerr juggernaut, Australia’s best sportswomen have never been more visible.

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On Wednesday, as I watched the Australian Jillaroos smash the Canada Ravens, I realised I was exhausted.

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The race for the Women’s Ashes trophy might be over, but England will be out for redemption and a drawn series when they take on Australia in the final T20 at Manuka Oval. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7:10pm (AEDT).

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Match result: A Katherine Brunt-inspired England has bounced back strongly from losing the Ashes, smashing the Australians by 40 runs at Manuka Oval in the second T20I of the summer.

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It’s do or die for the English, as they take on Australia at North Sydney Oval in the first Women’s T20I of the summer this Friday. One Australian win will see the hosts retain the Ashes on home soil, so England cannot afford to lose.

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The world is an espresso machine: there are knobs everywhere, and most of them are useless. But in 2017, the people knocking women’s sport have grown ever fewer and quieter.

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Australia has made a trio of changes ahead of their T20 matches with England in the women’s Ashes.

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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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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 captain Rachael Haynes has called for women’s Tests to be extended to five days as players aim to add more long-form cricket to the calendar.

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As we enter the fourth and final day of the historic day-night women’s Test match between Australia and England, we will soon see whether Australia will retain the Ashes by day’s end. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 2:30pm (AEDT) at North Sydney Oval.

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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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Having sat and blogged through two days of the ongoing Women’s Ashes Test between Australia and England, it’s not hard to see why women’s cricket still has its knockers.

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Day two in the Women’s Ashes Test was an interesting day. Both teams will look to gain the upper hand on a crucial day three. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 2:30pm (AEDT).

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With honours even after a back-and-forth opening day in the first Women’s Ashes Test, both Australia and England will look to push ahead on Day 2. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 2:30pm (AEDT).

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Australia hold the lead in the Women’s Ashes and have the potential to wrap it up, but Test cricket is a different challenge and England will be desperate as the teams head to North Sydney Oval.

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Australia are in the box seat to take out the Women’s Ashes, but things could be flipped on their head when they take on England in the only Test of the series at North Sydney Oval. This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the match online and watching it on TV.

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The new attacking brand of women’s cricket means Tests can prosper on an international scale, and the players are ready to show it.

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