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Australia take on South Africa for a three-Test / three-T20 series.
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The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars take their T20 form to Bangladesh.
Mitchell Johnson holds the record for the most wickets (37) in an Ashes series by a left-arm quick.
Brad Haddin has scored the most runs by an Australian wicketkeeper in a Test series.
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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Come support Australia as they take on the England in the Carlton Mid ODI series this summer.
Australia take on the English this summer in the KFC T20 INTL Series with matches in Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney.
Come join the Australian fans as they show their support away from home.
The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars will be hoping to cap off a successful 12-month period when the winners of the I Support Women in Sport Awards are announced in Sydney tonight.
In her first World Cup campaign, eight years ago, Lisa Sthalekar was a rising all-rounder in an established team that was captained by Belinda Clark and powered by Karen Rolton.
CA congratulates the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars after winning the ICC Women’s World Cup in India in the early hours of this morning, beating the West Indies by 114 runs.
Australia marched its way into Women’s World Cup history today as the the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars won a record sixth ICC Women’s World Cup title after it beat West Indies by 114 runs at the Cricket Club of India’s Brabourne Stadium.
Cricket Australia (CA) advises that Ellyse Perry and Sarah Coyte have been ruled out of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars’ ICC Women’s World Cup Super Six match against the West Indies today (Wednesday, 13 February) with injuries.
The Southern Stars booked their place in the final of the ICC Women's World Cup with an easy nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka on Sunday.
The Southern Stars remained unbeaten at the ICC Women's World Cup with a dominant seven-wicket victory over New Zealand on Tuesday.
The Southern Stars have made a perfect start to their ICC Women's World Cup campaign in India, defeating Pakistan by 92 runs on Friday.
Two Australians feature in the top-five of the ICC women's one-day international bowling rankings as the World Cup in India approaches.
The Southern Stars continued their ICC Women's World Cup lead-up with a five-wicket win over India in a practice match on Tuesday.
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