CommBank Tour of West Indies




Lanning quietly passes magic number to enter history books

While posting another half century against the West Indies in Antigua, Meg Lanning passed Karen Rolton to become the Australian women's team's most productive batter

Match Report

Schutt, Healy star as Australia seal ODI series sweep

Megan Schutt's history-making ODI hat-trick and Alyssa Healy's blazing fifty see Australia to a fifth-consecutive one-day series sweep


Schutt makes history with second white-ball hat-trick

Megan Schutt has gone where no woman has gone before, taking her second international hat-trick, and first in a one-day international


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Lanning loses another toss, wins another series

All went well for the Australian women's team - except the toss of the coin - in the third ODI against the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua

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Schutt and Healy power Aussies to ODI series sweep

Megan Schutt took a hat-trick before Alyssa Healy struck a powerful half-century to seal Australia's 5th consecutive ODI series sweep

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Fit and firing Lanning posts composed fifty on way to victory

After missing the second ODI against the West Indies, Meg Lanning was back to her masterful best in Antigua to close out Australia's series sweep




Heavy workload no concern for Mott

The Australia coach believes his side will be able to cope with a rigorous schedule over the next few months

Match Report

Aussies sweep Windies with T20 thrashing

Jess Jonassen stars with four wickets before batters chase down total in record 7.3 overs to complete undefeated, lopsided Caribbean tour

No complacency as Aussies chase perfection

Australia eyeing clean sweep of ODI and T20I series in Barbados with the World Cup on the horizon early next year


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Mott thrilled to finish tour on a high

Australia coach Matthew Mott was glad his side could finish their tour of the Caribbean on a high note with an easy victory over the West Indies

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Flying Jonassen claims career-best figures

Aussie spinner Jess Jonassen's four wickets for just seven runs was a new personal best, capped by a brilliant, diving caught-and-bowled dismissal

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Jonassen spins a web as Aussies finish unbeaten

Spinners Jess Jonassen and Georgia Wareham did the damage with the ball before the batters chased down the West Indies total with a whopping 75 balls to spare