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If players were distracted by the impending announcement of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars squad this round, it didn’t show.
With no Women's National Cricket League matches on last weekend, I thought this week is an opportune time to write about the U15 Female National Championships which were held in Western Sydney last week.
While the Australian men battled with our traditional foe in Brisbane, our Aussie women still have to wait another six weeks before they have their chance to regain the Ashes.
Round Four saw the South Australian Scorpions play against the Konica Queensland Fire a week earlier than the rest of the women’s domestic matches.
The Konica Queensland Fire enjoyed the weekend off as the other teams battled it out in an effort to climb the WNCL and WT20 ladders.
Whilst the Australian women's cricket domestic competition has been played, there is plenty of other high quality women's cricket being played around the globe, with a number of international series being fought out.
A blockbuster weekend filled with plenty of cricket saw the reigning champions of both formats, the Lend Lease Breakers, play their first round of matches against Cripps Tasmanian Roar.
The last series of matches to complete Round 1 of the WNCL and the WT20 was played on the weekend between Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit and the SA Scorpions.
The first round of the Women's Domestic season was met with nervous energy by most players and some amazing individual performances from both the winning and losing sides.
As the weather heats up on the east coast and the majority of us flock to the beaches and begin our regular BBQ lunches, a group of cricketers are getting ready to descend onto the freshly cut grass of the cricket oval.
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