Women's National Cricket League, 2008-09
Jan 19, 2009:
Australia v India, 3rd women's ODI, Sydney
Nov 5, 2008: Sarah Edwards helped deliver the series to Australia with a career-best 96 that set up a convincing 54-run victory over India at North Sydney Oval
New Zealand v Australia, 2nd women's ODI, Lincoln
Mar 9, 2008: New Zealand jumped right back into Rose Bowl contention with a crunching 82-run win against Australia to leave the series level at 1-1
New Zealand v Australia, 1st women's ODI, Lincoln
Mar 8, 2008: Australia hit back after losing the Twenty20 on Thursday to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match Rose Bowl Series in Lincoln
Chappell and Kimmince in line for debuts
Feb 20, 2008: Australia's women's selectors have made two changes for the tour to New Zealand
England women in Australia 2007-08
Jan 23, 2008: Australia's keeper Jodie Purves has broken her thumb and will miss the entire series. She will be replaced by Leonie Coleman
Queensland women report back favourably
Jan 10, 2008: The first trial of a pink ball has been rated favourably by Queensland women who made history by using one in an exhibition Twenty20 match
India v Australia, Women's Quadrangular, Chennai
Mar 3, 2007: Melissa Bulow's career-best 85 steered Australia to a thrilling four-wicket win over India at Chennai, allowing them to enter the final of the Quadrangular tournament
Southern Stars prepare for one-day series with New Zealand
Oct 17, 2006: Five Australians will make their debut against New Zealand on Wednesday in the first women's Twenty20 international to be played in Australia
Australia v India, women's Test, Adelaide
Feb 15, 2006: Blackwell twins set to make history
Australia announce 13-player squad for series against India
Feb 6, 2006: Karen Rolton takes over as captain of the Australian women's cricket team
New South Wales Women v Queensland Women, 3rd Final
Feb 5, 2006: Women's National Cricket League, 3rd Final
New South Wales Women v Queensland Women, 2nd Final
Feb 4, 2006: Women's National Cricket League, 2nd Final
Jan 19, 2004: Cricket Australia today announced that the women's national selection panel has chosen a 13-player squad to take on New Zealand in the first leg of the six-match Rose Bowl series beginning in Auckland on 11 February
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 9, 2003: The Konica Queensland Under-19 women's team today gained a fittingreward for winning the State's first National Under-19 title with sixplayers named in the Australian team to play England next week.
Jan 9, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board today announced the Australian female under-19 team to take on England's under-19 side in two one-day internationals at Bowral in New South Wales on 14 and 15 January.
Jan 8, 2003: FThe Konica Queensland Fire face a must-win series against Victoria thisweekend if they are to feature in this season's Women's National CricketLeague Finals.