Mar 6, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced the winners of the Commonwealth Bank media awards for coverage of the 2003 Women's Ashes Series.
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: Thursday 6th of February saw the first of our two matches against the Indians
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 17, 2003: Australia has won the first women's Ashes Test match by 5 wickets at The Gabba today to take a one-nil lead into the second and final Test of the Series in Sydney, starting on Saturday 22nd February
Feb 16, 2003: England will take a lead of 133 runs into the third day of the Ashes Test match at The Gabba having bowled Australia out for just 78 runs
Feb 15, 2003: The Australian media have made much of another England team facing their dominant sports-stars this week
Feb 13, 2003: England's women have secured a first innings victory against Australia women's Youth XI by 71 runs at The Alan Border Oval, Brisbane, today
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
Jan 21, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced the Australian women's youth team, the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars, to play England in a two-day match at Allan Border Field in Queensland next month (12-13 February).
Jan 20, 2003: Even after the two victories against Auckland in the state competition we weren't allowed to sit back and rest; there were still things to be worked on in training.
Jan 6, 2003: December 7th saw the second away game for Lancaster Park, this time at Burwood Park, one of the smaller women's grounds in Christchurch
Dec 9, 2002: After the rain of the previous week, we turned up on a visibly brighter Saturday morning to a club match against St
Nov 11, 2002: The second match of the season for me and we've won another toss; we'll bat first again
Nov 5, 2002: I've been playing for the England Women's team since 1998
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Mohammad Asif is playing club cricket in Scandinavia as he strives for a Pakistan comeback and to rebuild his career in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal
Visibility is good, so is durability, and while it does swing a fair amount, it ought to spin as well
Test cricket needs to be given back to the people. Everybody must buy in to this bigger picture or the moment will pass us by
Angelo Mathews talks about the challenges of leading an inexperienced team, and the possibility of giving up the T20 captaincy