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England v Australia, 3rd women's T20, Chester-le-Street
Aug 31, 2013: England completed a Twenty20 clean sweep and their fifth victory in a row over Australia with a seven-wicket victory with 22 balls to spare
England Women v Australia Women, 2nd T20, Ageas Bowl
Aug 29, 2013: Charlotte Edwards has achieved a huge amount in her career but she put regaining the Ashes as among her finest moments after England secured the multi-format series with a match to spare.
England v Australia, 2nd women's T20, Ageas Bowl
Aug 29, 2013: Lydia Greenway was England's hero as they regained the Ashes with a five-wicket victory in the second Twenty20 at the Ageas Bowl
England Women v Australia Women, 1st T20, Chelmsford
Aug 27, 2013: Sarah Taylor led England to a comfortable victory in the opening T20 of the Women's Ashes to extend England's overall lead in the series.
England v Australia, 3rd women's ODI, Hove
Aug 25, 2013: England took the lead in the women's Ashes series with an expertly paced run chase at Hove. Needing 204 in 36 overs after the match was reduced due to a wet outfield they eased home with 16 balls to spare
Australia v England, 2nd women's ODI, Hove
Aug 23, 2013: England women orchestrated two mini-collapses - one at the start and one in the middle-overs - to secure victory over Australia women in the second ODI at Hove and draw level
England v Australia, 1st women's ODI, Lord's
Aug 20, 2013: Australia Women's spin duo of Jess Jonassen and Erin Osborne shared seven wickets between them to orchestrate a batting collapse at Lord's, giving the visitors a 27-run win in the first ODI
England v Australia, 1st Women's ODI, Lord's
Aug 20, 2013: Watch live coverage of the 1st ODI in the Women's Ashes from Lord's Cricket Ground.
Aug 15, 2013: England Women have been forced into a change for their squad for the ODI series with Australia after Georgia Elwiss failed to recover from a stress reaction in her back.
England v Australia, Only Women's Test, Wormsley, 4th day
Aug 14, 2013: Having been in danger of following-on two days ago, England were content to settle for two points for a draw in the Ashes Test after declining to make an attempt at a target of 249 in 45 overs at Wormsley
England v Australia, Only Women's Test, Wormsley, 3rd day
Aug 13, 2013: Heather Knight made her first Test century as England continued their dogged rearguard action well into the third day at Wormsley
England v Australia, Only Women's Test, Wormsley, 2nd day
Aug 12, 2013: Australia took firm control of the Ashes Test, reducing England to 159 for 6 on the second day, but Heather Knight kept the home side fighting and on track to avoid the follow-on
England v Australia, Only Women's Test, Wormsley, 1st day
Aug 11, 2013: Sarah Elliott will sleep five runs short of an Ashes hundred after putting Australia in control on the opening day at Wormsley
England v Australia, Women's Ashes Test, Wormsley
Aug 10, 2013: Both teams have one or two selection questions to ponder as they prepare for the transition to a rare Test outing at the start of the points-based Ashes
Aug 6, 2013: Charlotte Edwards will lead England's quest to regain the Women's Ashes which begins with the sole Test match on Sunday.
Jul 7, 2013: England have named an initial 18-strong squad for the innovative women's Ashes Series which will be settled by points accumulated in all three formats of the game.
Jun 3, 2013: The ECB have moved quickly to appoint a new England Women's coach with Paul Shaw replacing Mark Lane, who stood down after five years in the role on May 13.
May 21, 2013: Australia have named a 15-player squad for the women's Ashes tour of England, including all 14 players contracted for the 2013-14 season as well as the batsman Sarah Elliott as a Test specialist
May 13, 2013: The Women's Ashes has been revamped and from this summer will be contested over seven matches across all formats of the game.
Nov 27, 2012: Women's Test cricket returns in 2013 with England Women hosting Australia Women for the Ashes
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