Cricket News sort by Australia Women

India went down to Australia by six wickets in the Women’s World Cup 2022 clash at the Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday. India batted first after winning the toss and posted 277 for 7 on the board. Skipper Mithali Raj led the way with 68 while Yastika Bhatia contributed 59 and Harmanpreet Kaur remained unbeaten on 57. Pooja Vastrakar was run out on 34 off 28

Cricket Australia (CA) has announced the Ashes schedule for its men’s and women’s teams. The men’s team will begin their Ashes campaign on December 8 at the Gabba. The second Ashes Test will be a day-night encounter in Adelaide Oval, starting on December 16. This will be followed by the traditional Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The New Year’s Test will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground from 5 January. The men’s Ashes will conclude with the final Test at the Perth Oval from January 14.

A day after Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney pounded India to take Australia to their fifth T20 World Cup win, both were named in ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 team of the tournament

Australia lifted their game on the big day and India crumbled under pressure and the hosts outbattled and outbowled India to win their fifth T20 World Cup title

Australia fast bowler Megan Schutt seems to be playing mind games with India ahead of the crucial Women’s T20 World Cup. Australia got the better of South Africa in the rain-hit second

Harmanpreet Kaur is the toast of the country after her blistering unbeaten 171 off just 115 balls that saw India beat Australia to reach the final of the 2017 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup.

Following a comprehensive victory over India, Australia are guaranteed a semi-final berth in the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup.

The Women’s World Cup final turned out to be a major anti-climax. West Indies had done exceedingly well to get into their maiden final ahead of bigger teams like Australia, New Zealand and India.