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Women's cricket rankings

Perry displaces Raj as top-ranked ODI batsman

Feb 16, 2018: The ranking surge capped off a memorable week for the Australia allrounder, coming on the back of her second Belinda Clark award for Australia's women's cricketer of the year

ESPNcricinfo staff

Allan Border medal ceremony

Perry wins second Belinda Clark award

Feb 12, 2018: Tasmania's captain, George Bailey, was rewarded for his persistence as the men's domestic player of the year

Daniel Brettig

WBBL 2017-18

Lethal legbreaks, gunpowder batting and potent all-round ammo

Feb 7, 2018: A reward for consistency; an acknowledgement of explosiveness: ESPNcricinfo's team of the tournament for the third WBBL edition is underpinned by firepower and discipline

Geoff Lemon and Adam Collins

Women's Big Bash League 2017-18

WBBL ready to go alone - Villani

Feb 3, 2018: The Perth Scorchers captain hopes CA will make WBBL a standalone event as the women's team is looking forward to the challenge of creating their own brand ahead of the World T20 in 2020

Daniel Brettig in Adelaide

WBBL 2017-18

Last-gasp finishes, first-rate batting

Jan 11, 2018: A dramatic Super Over and remarkable consistency from big names such as Ellyse Perry and Beth Mooney headlined an action-packed week in the WBBL, which heads into its final stretch

Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon

ICC news

Ellyse Perry declared ICC's Women's Cricketer of the Year

Dec 21, 2017: Ellyse Perry has cemented her status as the leading women's cricketer in the world by winning the ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year award

ESPNcricinfo staff

WBBL 2017-18

Sydney rivals dominate; Stars, Hurricanes in sharp decline

Dec 19, 2017: Hat-tricks, last-ball thrillers and swinging fortunes made for an action-packed second week at WBBL 2017-18

Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon

Australia v England, Women's Ashes, Only Test, Sydney, 3rd day

Perry's record 213* gives Australia advantage

Nov 11, 2017: Ellyse Perry soared into rarified air with a double-century that redefined the Women's Ashes Test at North Sydney Oval

The Report by Daniel Brettig

Australia women v England women, Only Test, 2nd day, Sydney

Perry holds Australia reply together

Nov 10, 2017: Ellyse Perry holds the key to Australia's fortunes on day three after England made steady inroads against the hosts on day two

The Report by Daniel Brettig

Australia women v England women, Only Test, 1st day, Sydney

Australia fight back after Beaumont, Knight fifties

Nov 9, 2017: Australia used the swing on offer under lights to claw their way back after a 104-run stand for the second wicket had threatened to take the game away

The Report by Daniel Brettig

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 2017-18

The lowdown on the Women's Ashes

Oct 20, 2017: The Women's Ashes begins on Sunday in Brisbane. Here is a reminder of how the format works and how the two squads shape up

ESPNcricinfo staff

Surrey Stars v Loughborough Lightning

Villani and Perry condemn Surrey Stars to play-off

Aug 26, 2017: Loughborough Lightning produced an upset in the Kia Super League when they defeated the previously unbeaten Surrey Stars by 81 runs at The Oval

ECB Reporters Network

Lancashire Thunder v Loughborough Lightning, Kia Super League, Blackpool

All-round Perry keeps Lightning alive

Aug 20, 2017: Australian star Ellyse Perry hit an unbeaten 78 and took two wickets to take Loughborough Lightning to their first Kia Super League win of 2017

ECB Reporters Network

Kia Super League 2017

'Women's cricket can be on a par with tennis' - Perry

Aug 10, 2017: Ellyse Perry believes it is time to move on from comparing women's cricket with the men's game and celebrate the female version as a sport in its own right.

Jon Culley

Women's World Cup 2017

Enviable depth, and a variety of bowling options

Jul 24, 2017: Four Englishwomen, three Indians, three South Africans, and an Australian make up our team of the tournament

Shashank Kishore and Annesha Ghosh

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 South Africa, Women's World Cup, Taunton

Australia defend 269, play India in semi-final

Jul 15, 2017: Australia beat South Africa by 59 runs and have set up a knockout clash with India, a team they had already beaten in the group stages of the Women's World Cup

The Report by Annesha Ghosh

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
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