Jul 9, 2001: Australian Southern Stars all-rounder Karen Rolton was presented yesterday with the Peden-Archdale Medal as the outstanding player in this year's England v Australia women's cricket series
Jul 8, 2001: The England Women lost the Second CricInfo Ashes Test by nine wickets at Headingley this afternoon
Jul 8, 2001: So says England Women's new Australian coach, John Harmer
Jul 7, 2001: The compact and aggressive Australian left-hander, Karen Rolton, broke the record for the highest individual innings in a Test match, with 209 not out at Headingley today
Jul 6, 2001: A tough batting effort by an outclassed England team saw them through to 144 all out in 80 overs in the second and final match of the CricInfo series against Australia
Jul 3, 2001: England's batters pulled out all the stops at Lord's but still could not match the might of the Australians who recorded the third consecutive victory of the CricInfo one-day series by a margin of 66 runs.
Jun 29, 2001: Australia inflicted another crushing defeat over England in the first Cricinfo One-Day International at Derby today, winning by 99 runs with more than three overs remaining
Jun 29, 2001: Lisa Sthalekar will make her Australian debut today when the Southern Stars take on England in the first of three one-day internationals in the CricInfo Women's Series at the County Ground, Derby
Jun 26, 2001: Michelle Goszko broke one world record and equalled another when she scored 204 for Australia against England in the First Test of the CricInfo Women's Series at Shenley on June 25, 2001
Jun 24, 2001: One of the rarest breed of contest in the cricketing world makes an appearance today
Jun 23, 2001: England's women take on the touring Australian side in the First CricInfoSeries Test Match at Shenley on Sunday.
Jun 22, 2001: England's selectors have added two additional players to the squad for the CricInfo Series Tests and One-Day Internationals against Australia which begin at Shenley on Sunday
Jun 22, 2001: The Australian women's cricket team, the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars has enjoyed a solid lead-up to their first Test against England, after defeating an England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Development XI by 88 runs yesterday at Radlett
Jun 20, 2001: The Australian Southern Stars women's team completed their second win in as many starts on their tour of England and Ireland yesterday, comfortably beating an England & Wales Cricket Board Development XI by 170 runs
Jun 19, 2001: Ebony-Jewel Rainford-Brent, the schoolgirl cricketer, was presented with the first Award to the Memory of C.A
Jun 19, 2001: The Australian women's team began their tour of England on Monday with an easy 142-run win over an MCC Invitational XI at Walker's Ground, Southgate, in north London
May 24, 2001: Where there are clouds, there remain silver linings
May 22, 2001: Kathryn Leng has been dropped from the England team for the CricInfo Womens Series against Australia - the day before she was playing in a men's university side.
May 21, 2001: English women's cricket selectors have given youth its head in choosing the squad to take on Australia here this summer.
May 21, 2001: England selectors have today named the 12 strong squad for the forthcoming CricInfo Women's Series against Australia
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