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Australia v England, Women's World T20, final

Lanning marshals 'perfect' game

Apr 6, 2014: Australia's hat-trick of World T20 titles could not have been secured in more convincing style as they out-muscled England in a faultless performance

Alan Gardner in Mirpur

Australia v England, Women's World T20, final

Coyte, Lanning sparkle as Australia coast to hat-trick

Apr 6, 2014: The threat of some inclement weather later on persuaded Meg Lanning to put England in to bat after winning the toss in Mirpur

The Report by Andrew McGlashan

Women's World Cup 2013

Australia and New Zealand notch up wins

Feb 1, 2013: A round-up of Group B Women's World Cup games held in Cuttack on February 1, 2013

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NatWest Women's Quadrangular Series Final

Brunt dismantles Australia

Jul 7, 2011: Katherine Brunt bowled England to a 34-run win in the final of the NatWest Women's Quadrangular series with a career-best 5 for 18

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Natwest Women's Quadrangular Series

Australia snap England's winning run

Jul 5, 2011: England's run of six successive victories came to an end as they were blown away by Australia, who coasted to victory with seven wickets and 90 balls to spare after bundling England out for 168 at Lord's

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Natwest Women's Quadrangular Series

Nitschke, Coyte help Australia to tight victory

Jul 2, 2011: Australia edged home off the last ball to complete a nail-biting three-wicket win against India in Chesterfield

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NatWest Women's Quadrangular Series

New Zealand fall short despite McGlashan fifty

Jun 30, 2011: A boundary-laden 79 from Jess Cameron and three wickets apiece for Sarah Coyte and Shelley Nitschke helped Australia to a 29-run win over New Zealand in their opening match of the Natwest Women's Quadrangular in Chesterfield

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New Zealand women v Australia women, 2nd Twenty20

Coyte stars in Australia win

Dec 30, 2010: Australia women beat New Zealand women by four wickets in the second Twenty20 of the Rose Bowl series at the Saxton Oval

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