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Wicketkeeping brilliance from Healy and Taylor

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We expect more of each other: Haynes

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Match wrap: England even Ashes T20 series ledger

Australia fell in a heap by losing 10-67 in pursuit of England's 6-152 in the penultimate match of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes to see the visitors even the T20 series ledger at 1-1


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Unholstered Gunn catches Aussies in the crosshairs

After a terrific direct-hit run-out, England quick Jenny Gunn ran riot on Australia's tail in the second Ashes T20 in Canberra and finished with 4-13 including the last three wickets of the game


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Gunn celebrates special match in style

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Brutal Brunt blasts Aussies in second T20

England allrounder Katherine Brunt struck 32 off just 24 balls including two big sixes in the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20 at Manuka Oval


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Kimmince bears Brunt of monster six

England allrounder Katherine Brunt lined up Delissa Kimmince's medium pace for a huge six in the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20 in Canberra


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Skilful Sciver delivers for England

England batter Natalie Sciver led the way for the visitors in the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20 against Australia, finishing with 40 from 32 balls in Canberra


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Kimmince catches Taylor short with direct hit

A superb direct-hit run-out from Australia batter Delissa Kimmince ended England's Sarah Taylor's innings in the Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20 at Manuka Oval


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Smith will have to bowl at some stage: Lehmann

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Day four highlights: CA XI v England

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