May 22, 2015: Lisa Sthalekar and Anjum Chopra talk about breaking into the boys club of the commentary box during the IPL
The Bradman Oration 2012
Oct 24, 2012: Ricky Ponting, Ed Cowan and Mel Jones reflect on the importance of club cricket
Victoria lose most capped player
Apr 7, 2009: Melanie Jones, the former Australia batsman, has retired from the women's domestic scene after 142 matches for Victoria
New South Wales v Victoria, WNCL final, SCG
Jan 23, 2009: The Victoria batsman Mel Jones says the side holds no fear of their big-name opponents in Sunday's WNCL final at the SCG
Pike and Edwards help Australia plan for the future
Jun 15, 2005: Kirsten Pike and Sarah Edwards have replaced the experienced duo of Melanie Jones and Louise Broadfoot for the Women's Ashes series
Women's National Cricket League 2004-05
Feb 10, 2005: Victoria and New South Wales begin the best-of-three Women's National Cricket League finals at Bankstown Oval tomorrow with more than a domestic trophy at stake
Jun 14, 2004: Alison Mitchell meets the Aussie offering a helping hand
Australia v New Zealand, 6th women's ODI, Hobart
Feb 27, 2004: Australia easily won the final game of the Rose Bowl, beating New Zealand by four wickets to complete a comprehensive 5-1 series win
Rose Bowl 2003-04
Feb 15, 2004: Australia shook off a food-poisoning scare to win their second Rose Bowl women's cricket match against New Zealand by eight wickets here today
Jan 22, 2004: The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) will host a rematch of last year's Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) finals when arch-rivals Victoria Spirit and the New South Wales Breakers do battle in the three-match series beginning on 31 January
Jan 19, 2004: Cricket Australia today announced that the women's national selection panel has chosen a 13-player squad to take on New Zealand in the first leg of the six-match Rose Bowl series beginning in Auckland on 11 February
Feb 10, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today named the Australian women's team, the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, to play England in the first Test of the Women Ashes Series beginning on 15 February at the Gabba in Brisbane.
Jan 14, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today that, for the first time, the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) finals series will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
Jan 13, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced the Australian women's team, the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, to tour New Zealand for the quadrangular one-day international series beginning on 26 January.
Apr 11, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced the Australian women's squad, the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, for the 2002-03 international season.
Feb 5, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today the Australian women's squad, the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, to play a series of one-day internationals against New Zealand in February and March 2002.