Women’s Cricket

New awards for female cricketers announced for 2017 Allan Border Medal awards night

New awards for female cricketers announced for 2017 Allan Border Medal awards night

Australian Cricketers’ Association Manager of Female Operations Jodie Fields, said the new awards would serve as a well-deserved recognition of the domestic female game read more

Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, women's cricket pioneer, passes away

Former England captain was instrumental in organising first Women's World Cup and was first female player read more

Du Preez, bowlers help South Africa sew up series

Visitors take unassailable 3-1 lead in five-match exchange as Bangladesh Women go down by 94 read more

Mandhana ruled out of Qualifiers after ligament tear

India opener had landed awkwardly while fielding during a WBBL game for Brisbane Heat, likely to undergo read more

“Not just a one-hit wonder” – WBBL boss Anthony Everard hopes to sustain the momentum

Gate receipts, TV and social media numbers, audience interest and much else point to a bright future for the Australian women’s T20 league

Kubra bowls Bangladesh Women to ten-run win

Chasing 136, South Africa are dismissed for 126 as home side fights back for first win in five-ODI series

Knee injury ends Mandhana’s WBBL campaign

The Indian opener, who will undergo scans on Monday, may also miss the World Cup Qualifier in Sri Lanka next month

All-round South Africa Women go 2-0 up

Brisk fifties from Lee, Steyn set up 17-run win, despite good performances from Akhter, Ahmed and Kubra

The pull’s in place – time for Smriti Mandhana to shine

India and Brisbane Heat batter makes a mark on a ground where her feats stand alongside the likes of Smith’s and Warner’s

Top-order fifties set up South Africa Women’s opening win

Visitors post 251/3 before tight bowling restricts Bangladesh to 165/6 in first ODI

My self-belief makes me feel I can accomplish anything, says Kohli

Confidence, determination, and desire to succeed – Ashwin, Rahane, Harmanpreet, Mandhana and Pandey share their stories

WBBL rookie experience: Paying it forward

Eight young players from Associate and Affiliate nations have the chance to learn from the best and take home lessons from Australia

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