ICC Women's World Cup 2017
A late Indian collapse hands England their fourth World Cup title in front of a sell-out crowd at Lord's, with Anya Shrubsole the hero for the home side
JLT Sheffield Shield 2018-19
Cameron Bancroft and Sam Whiteman combined for a 119-run opening stand, before NSW fought back to leave their JLT Sheffield Shield clash in the balance
Jackson Bird led the way with the ball for Tasmania as South Australia's top order struggled with the shift back to red-ball cricket at Adelaide Oval
Joe Burns and Marnus Labuschagne posted half-centuries but it was Charlie Hemphrey who shone brightest, hitting an unbeaten 87 to put the visitors in a commanding position at stumps on day one
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