England Women tour of Australia 2010/11

Australia v England, 1st women's Test, Sydney, 4th day

Elliott and Blackwell regain the Ashes for Australia

Australia hold the women's Ashes for the first time in six years after the debutant Sarah Elliott and the captain Alex Blackwell held their nerve to secure a seven-wicket victory

Australia v England, 1st women's Test, Sydney, 3rd day

Rene Farrell stars to give Australia a chance

A hat-trick and five wickets for Rene Farrell set up a tense final day of the one-off Test between Australia and England

Australia Women v England Women, Only Test, Sydney, 2nd day

Bowlers increase England's advantage

England fought back well with the ball on the second day at the Bankstown Oval, running through Australia to put the value of Charlotte Edwards' unbeaten 114 into stark perspective

Statistics

England Women in Australia ODI Series, 2010/11

England Women in Australia T20I Series, 2010/11

Women's Ashes, 2010/11 (Australia Women, England Women in Australia Women's Tests)

England Women tour of Australia, Jan 2011

Women's Test matches

Women's One-Day Internationals

Women's Twenty20 Internationals

Sarah Elliott shows her composure during a crucial innings
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Lydia Greenway is run out by Rachael Haynes for 11
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Rachael Haynes is bowled by Katherine Brunt as England strike late in the day
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An ecstatic Rene Farrell is swamped by her team-mates after sealing her hat-trick against England
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Ellyse Perry made a stubborn 15 in Australia's first innings
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Rachael Haynes drives during her innings of 21
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Tour Results
Aus Women v Eng Women at Sydney - Jan 22-25, 2011
Aus Women won by 7 wickets
Aus Women v Eng Women at Canberra - Jan 18, 2011
Aus Women won by 52 runs
Aus Women v Eng Women at Canberra - Jan 17, 2011
Eng Women won by 13 runs
Aus Women v Eng Women at Canberra - Jan 16, 2011
Eng Women won by 4 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
Aus Women v Eng Women at Melbourne - Jan 14, 2011
Eng Women won by 5 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
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