India Women tour of Australia [Oct-Nov 2008], 2008/09 /

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Australia v India, 5th women's ODI, Canberra

Nitschke fireworks help Australia to clean sweep

Nov 9, 2008: Shelley Nitschke's breezy 94 ensured a clean sweep for Australia in the five-match ODI series against India after the bowlers had restricted the Indians to 177 for 9

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Australia v India, 4th women's ODI, Canberra

Rolton and Blackwell hammer India

Nov 8, 2008: Australia eased to a 4-0 lead after centuries from Karen Rolton and Alex Blackwell ensured another one-sided victory over India

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Australia v India, 3rd women's ODI, Sydney

Edwards helps Australia secure series

Nov 5, 2008: Sarah Edwards helped deliver the series to Australia with a career-best 96 that set up a convincing 54-run victory over India at North Sydney Oval

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Australia v India, 2nd women's ODI, Sydney

Sthalekar century sets up easy Australian win

Nov 1, 2008: Lisa Sthalekar produced her second match-winning innings in two days to give Australia a 2-0 lead over India in Sydney. The Indian top order, barring Mithali Raj, failed yet again as the visitors crashed to an 86-run defeat

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Australia v India, 1st women's ODI, Sydney

Sthalekar and Blackwell star in easy win

Oct 31, 2008: Australia women's young fast bowlers had India on the mat in the first ODI that the hosts won comfortably by eight wickets at Hurstville Oval in Sydney. Alex Blackwell and Lisa Sthalekar scored half-centuries in chasing the modest 184

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India women in Australia 2008-09

Goswami to wear golden armband

Oct 29, 2008: Jhulan Goswami, the India women's captain, will wear a golden armband during the ODI series in Australia as a mark of being the No. 1 bowler in the women's rankings

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Australia Women v India Women, Twenty20, Sydney

Rolton helps Australia clinch tense victory

Oct 28, 2008: Mithali Raj's unbeaten fifty went in vain as India Women fell short by two runs in the one-off Twenty20 international against Australia Women at the Hurstville Oval

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India women in Australia 2008-09

Warming up for the World Cup

Oct 27, 2008: Last time India toured Australia they lost every match of the series. Though Australia have fared better, they haven't played since March. While they lost the Ashes to England, they levelled the ODI series 1-1

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Aus U-21 Women v India Women, tour match, Bowral

Bowlers star in convincing Indian win

Oct 26, 2008: The Indian women won their second tour game in two days when they beat the Australia Under-21 by 82 runs in Bowral

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NSW Women v India Women, tour match, Bowral

Pujare's four wickets hands India 48-run win

Oct 25, 2008: A four-wicket haul by the offspinner Seema Pujare caused a dramatic batting collapse and helped India Women to their first win on tour, beating New South Wales Women by 48 runs win in Bowral

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India women in Australia 2008-09

Blackwell expects evenly-matched contest

Oct 19, 2008: Alex Blackwell, the Australian women's vice-captain, has said the home series against India, starting on October 28, will be evenly-matched

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Indian women in Australia 2008

Goswami seeks to learn from Dhoni

Oct 15, 2008: Jhulan Goswami, India's new women's captain, has said she will take inspiration from the performance of Mahendra Singh Dhoni

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Indian women in Australia 2008

Jhulan Goswami to captain India

Oct 7, 2008: Jhulan Goswami, the fast bowler, has been appointed captain and former captain Anjum Chopra finds a place in the 15-member squad to tour Australia

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India Women in Australia 2008-09

Poulton recalled for India series

Sep 30, 2008: Opener Leah Poulton has regained her place in Australia's squad for the upcoming series against India, which starts in Sydney in late October

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Australia Women news

Women to feature in SCG double-header

Sep 11, 2008: Australia will stage a women's and men's Twenty20 international double-header again this season after successfully trialling the concept last summer

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Tour Results
Aus Women v India Women at Canberra - Nov 9, 2008
Aus Women won by 7 wickets (with 126 balls remaining)
Aus Women v India Women at Canberra - Nov 8, 2008
Aus Women won by 118 runs
Aus Women v India Women at Sydney - Nov 5, 2008
Aus Women won by 54 runs
Aus Women v India Women at Sydney - Nov 1, 2008
Aus Women won by 86 runs
Aus Women v India Women at Sydney - Oct 31, 2008
Aus Women won by 8 wickets (with 74 balls remaining)
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