Jess Jonassen

CA throw weight behind Sport For All

CA throw weight behind Sport For All

Australian cricket’s governing body backs marriage equality, which is illegal in that country read more

Strong and passionate, Jonassen won’t ‘leave it at that’

Her career in law has been put on the backburner, but the Australian left-arm spinner won’ read more

Clinical Australia notch third straight win

Perry fifty seals the deal in attritional five-wicket defeat of trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand read more

Spin to win – the success mantra at Women’s World Cup

Taking the pace off the ball has worked well for most teams, and batters will have to adapt to the new reality

Despite pace riches, Lanning banks on Jonassen

Australian captain’s faith in left-arm spinner is vindicated during eight-wicket rout of Windies

Australia pin hopes on traditional strength

With Perry and Schutt back from injury, coach Mott expects the pacers to do the running in World Cup play

Lanning keen to learn from past champs

Australia Women skipper admits defending their World Cup title won’t be easy, but is excited at the possibilities that lie ahead

Stars claim Rose Bowl with five-wicket win

The win also extends Australia’s reign as the holders of the Rose Bowl trophy to 18 years

Blackwell, Mooney draw Australia Women level

Despite legspinner Kerr’s four-wicket burst, New Zealand go down by four wickets in second ODI

All-round Perry helps Australia make it 4-0

South Africa Women start well in their chase of 261 but lose their way to finish 43 runs short in final ODI

Perry guides Australia Women home in thriller

Allrounder hits nerveless 93 not out to add to her 2/33, sealing chase in 49.5 overs, with two wickets standing

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