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Tri-Nation Women's T20 series 2017-18

Australia overcome past bruises with eye on World T20

Apr 1, 2018: Having relinquished both their limited-overs titles in successive years, the tri-series win assumes greater significance for Meg Lanning's team as they head into the World T20 later this year

Annesha Ghosh in Mumbai

Australia v England, Tri-Nation Women's T20 Series, Final, Mumbai

Lanning's 88* powers Australia to tri-series title

Mar 31, 2018: Meg Lanning's fourth straight unbeaten knock of the series led Australia to the highest total in women's T20Is as they beat England in the final by 57 runs

The Report by Annesha Ghosh in Mumbai

Australia v England, Women's T20 tri-series, Mumbai

Kimmince, Perry inflict crushing England defeat

Mar 28, 2018: Australia captain Meg Lanning becomes the first Australian - male or female - to pass 2000 T20I runs during the course of a modest chase

Annesha Ghosh in Mumbai

'My injury layoff improved me as a leader and as a person'

Mar 21, 2018: Meg Lanning, Australia women's captain, on her legacy, her mentor Alex Blackwell, and the World T20 in West Indies in November

Annesha Ghosh

India v Australia, 1st women's ODI, Baroda

'We have learned from the World Cup loss' - Lanning

Mar 11, 2018: The Australia women captain has said her team will respond better to pressure against a resurgent Indian side ahead of the first ODI in Baroda

Annesha Ghosh in Baroda

Australia women in India 2018

Lanning back; uncapped Molineux, Carey picked for India tour

Feb 21, 2018: Allrounders Sophie Molineux and Nicola Carey will be in line for their international debuts as both were picked for ODI and T20Is

ESPNcricinfo staff

ICC news

Mithali Raj pips Lanning as No. 1 ODI batsman

Oct 30, 2017: Lanning's absence from the ongoing Women's Ashes meant she slipped from first to fourth place. Ellyse Perry and New Zealand's Amy Satterthwaite occupy the second and third spots respectively

ESPNcricinfo staff

Womens Ashes 2017-18

Ashes edginess highlights change of fortunes

Oct 21, 2017: The Women's Ashes is set to begin on Sunday with England aiming to maintain their World Cup-winning form, but the weather may yet scupper the opening match

Adam Collins in Brisbane

Women's Ashes 2017

Haynes to step up as captain in Lanning's absence

Sep 20, 2017: Rachael Haynes will fill in for the injured Meg Lanning as Australia's captain for the forthcoming Ashes

Daniel Brettig

WBBL 2017-18

Meg Lanning signs with Perth Scorchers

Sep 1, 2017: Australia captain Meg Lanning has signed a three-year WBBL deal with the Perth Scorchers after announcing earlier this week that she was leaving the Melbourne Stars

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia news

Meg Lanning out of Ashes with shoulder injury

Aug 18, 2017: Australia's captain, Meg Lanning, will miss the Women's Ashes series this year after having surgery on her right shoulder

ESPNcricinfo staff

How to watch the women's game

Jul 22, 2017: It has evolved at a crazy pace in the last few years, but comparing it to the men's game, which has been professional for hundreds of years, is pointless

Jarrod Kimber

Women's World Cup 2017

Australia's supremacy challenged: now what next?

Jul 21, 2017: There does not need to be panic from Australia after their semi-final exit, but there are a few areas of concern and chief among them is Meg Lanning's fitness

Melinda Farrell

Australia v India, Women's World Cup semi-final, Derby

Unemployed Australians to 'face the music'

Jul 21, 2017: Australia's vanquished tournament favourites return home to the uncertainty of unemployment and the questions of a nation that expected them to be lifting the World Cup

Daniel Brettig

Australia v India, Women's World Cup 2017, Bristol

Spinners, Lanning power Australia into semi-final

Jul 12, 2017: Mithali Raj's world record and Punam Raut's maiden World Cup century were mere footnotes on a day when Meg Lanning, Ellyse Perry and Australia's spinners stamped their authority to seal a semi-final berth

The Report by Shashank Kishore

England v Australia, WWC, Bristol

A contest to ignite the Women's World Cup

Jul 9, 2017: England's first World Cup victory over Australia for 24 years was the thriller that the tournament needed. It could also have been a glimpse of the final

Adam Collins

Meg Lanning, superstar

Jul 9, 2017: Australia's captain is talented, ruthless and utterly dominant. Young girls no longer need to look to men's cricket for role models

Jarrod Kimber

Women's World Cup 2017

Lanning grounded by shoulder problems

Jul 5, 2017: The state of Lanning's shoulder is a considerable worry for Australia given her pivotal role in the team, and there is no certainty that she will only be missing from the Pakistan fixture

Daniel Brettig

Australia v Sri Lanka, Women's World Cup, Bristol

Lanning stoops to conquer after Atapattu's tale of the unexpected

Jun 29, 2017: Chamari Atapattu produced an outstanding feat of individual brilliance, only to be outdone by a stunningly focused response from an all-time great opponent

Melinda Farrell at Bristol

Women's cricket is looking stronger and faster than ever before

Jun 27, 2017: The appeal of the game is growing among young girls, and a competitive World Cup will only help it spread more

Mark Nicholas
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