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Michael Clarke now holds the record for most Australian Test runs in a calendar year.
Meg Lanning holds the record for the fastest 50 and century by an Australian female, scoring 50 runs off 23 balls and 100 off 45.
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This week the female Under 15 National Championships begin in Sydney and it provides the future of Australian women’s cricket an opportunity to showcase their skills.
Last week the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars had a two-day camp in Brisbane.
Last week a few of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars were lucky enough to be invited to attend the I Support Women in Sport awards in Sydney.
The Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) and Women’s T20 (WT20) kicked off this weekend and if it’s a sign of things to come we are in for an exciting year.
We had three good matches in Cuttack and were the only team in the tournament to finish the Group Stage undefeated.
After the completion of the One-Day International series we headed to Vizag, a port city on the east coast of India.
Arriving in Ahmedabad the team was exhausted from the long flight and keen to head to bed and catch up on some much needed sleep.
This year the women’s domestic season has reached new heights, with bigger scores, hat tricks and a record number of catches by a 'keeper
Meg Lanning fills us in on the fun at Milo in2Cricket Boy Free Zone Clinics
Meg's first blog covers the WNCL and life as a Females In Cricket Ambassador
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