Women's National Cricket League 2004-05
Feb 12, 2005: Victoria Spirit levelled the best-of-three finals series in a low-scoring encounter at Sydney's Bankstown Oval
Australia Women v New Zealand Women, 4th ODI, Sydney
Feb 21, 2004: New Zealand Women stayed alive in their six-match series against their Australian counterparts as they won the fourth match by 20 runs at the Bankstown Oval in Sydney
Oct 26, 2003: The South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) has announced a 12-man squad, featuring all three Redbacks rookies, to compete in South Australia's second Cricket Australia Cup match of the season.
Oct 20, 2003: The Chief Executive of Cricket NSW David Gilbert has announced the NSW 2nd XI to play the South Australian 2nd XI in a Cricket Australia Cup match at Bankstown Oval from Monday October 27th to Thursday October 30th, 2003.
Feb 25, 2003: Lucy Pearson Photo © ECB Lucy Pearson today became only the second woman in the history of women's Test cricket to take an eleven-wicket haul in a match, equalling a record which has stood for 46 years
Feb 24, 2003: Lucy Pearson, England's opening bowler, today became the first Englishwoman to take ten wickets in an Ashes Test Match throughout it's 69 year history; but it was not enough to prevent Australia reaching 163-4 and a lead of 110 runs
Feb 23, 2003: England will take a 17 run lead into the third day of the final Ashes Test match, with six wickets in hand, after finishing the day on 151-4 in reply to Australia's first innings score of 134
Feb 22, 2003: England's opening strike bowler, Lucy Pearson, took a career best seven for 51 in the second women's Ashes Test match in Sydney today.
Feb 21, 2003: The second Test in the Women's Ashes Series begins at Sydney's Bankstown Oval tomorrow (22 February), with a gold coin collection at the gate to be donated to the Trish Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
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.
Feb 5, 2003: England selectors have today announced that Lydia Greenway, the Kent and England U-19 batsman, has been called into the women's Test squad to face Australia in a two Test Ashes Series later this month
Feb 3, 2003: The final four-day match in the 2003 under-19 International Series between Australia and England begins today at Bankstown Oval, with both sides needing a win to take out the Test series.
Oct 9, 2002: SYDNEY, Oct 9 AAP - Michael Slater's prospects of being named in the first NSW Pura Cup side of the summer suffered a blow today when he was comfortably outscored by both of his major rivals.
Sep 20, 2002: The Tasmanian Selectors have today announced the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers ACB Cup team to play the New South Wales 2nd X1 at Bankstown Oval in Sydney on Monday 30th September 2002 - Thursday 3rd October 2002.
Sep 10, 2002: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today announced the 18 England players who will participate in the Sport England lottery funded winter training programme ahead of England's challenging ODI and Test series in New Zealand and Australia
Jan 27, 2001: The Women's National Cricket League is five years old, and today New South Wales won the title for the fifth time
Jan 26, 2001: The NSWIS (New South Wales Institute of Sport) Blues have defeated the Queensland Fire by 33 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three final series of the 2000-01 Women's National Cricket League at Bankstown Oval, Sydney, today
Jan 25, 2001: The Konica Queensland Fire have thrust rookie pace bowler Leteysha Randall into their squad for the Women's National Cricket League Finals series against NSW tomorrow
Jan 25, 2001: The Women's National Cricket League Final Series will be contested by the NSWIS "Blues" and the Queensland Konika "Fire" over the Australia Day long weekend at Bankstown Oval in Sydney
Nov 14, 2000: ADELAIDE - South Australia has suffered a blow ahead of the Pura Cup cricket match against New South Wales starting tomorrow with in-touch batsman Jeff Vaughan ruled out through injury
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