Kristen Beams

The most pressure comes from within: Beams

The most pressure comes from within: Beams

Australia Women legspinner opens on up World Cup disappointment, the possibility of leading her country in the Ashes, and more 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

Perry, Villani, Healy 50s set up big Australian win

Sarah Aley, Kristen Beams and Ashleigh Gardner get in among the wickets as Sana Mir’s strong 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

Vakarewa, Aley earn call-ups in Australia Women’s World Cup squad

Pat Howard says squad is “irrespective and independent of the status of the MoU” which expires on June 30

Sarah Taylor to return after year’s layoff at KSL

Villani, Beams and Jonassen take Aussie representation to six in women’s T20 tournament starting in England on August 10

New Zealand Women coast to series win

Chasing 114 for victory in decisive T20I, Australia keel over for 66, their lowest total in the format

WBBL Technical Committee approves changes to Stars squad

Injured Kristen Beams will be replaced by English bowler Danielle Hazell

Beams stars in Sri Lanka Women rout

Australia Women ease to comfortable 10-wicket victory after restricting the hosts to 59 for 8 in the one-off T20I

Australia win second ODI, qualify for 2017 women’s World Cup

Nicole Bolton, Elyse Villani and Alex Blackwell lead the show with the bat before bowlers stop Sri Lanka Women 78 runs short

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