England Women tour of Australia 2013/14

Double headers are the future, but they stink

Playing women's matches before men's is good in principle, but they end up reducing the women's game to a sideshow

Australia v England, 3rd women's T20, Sydney

Lanning questions women's Ashes points system

Meg Lanning, Australia's stand-in captain, has suggested that the format was weighted too heavily towards the sole Test, which England won

Australia v England, 3rd women's T20, Sydney

Farrell leads Australia to 2-1 win

Australia once again stamped their authority over England with a seven-wicket victory in the final match of the women's Ashes series, as England finished with 2 successive defeats and a scoreline of 10-8

Statistics

Women's Ashes, 2013/14 (Australia Women, England Women in Australia Women's Tests)

England Women tour of Australia, Jan-Feb 2014

Women's Test matches

Women's One-Day Internationals

Women's Twenty20 Internationals

The victorious England Women's team
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Rene Farrell celebrates one of her four wickets
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Alyssa Healy saw Australia home
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Meg Lanning made 42 in 28 balls
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Sarah Taylor shows her delight
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Charlotte Edwards starts the celebrations after hitting the winning boundary
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Squads

Charlotte Edwards (c) Arran Brindle
Katherine Brunt Kate Cross
Georgia Elwiss Lydia Greenway
Jenny Gunn Danielle Hazell
Amy Jones (wk) Heather Knight
Natalie Sciver Anya Shrubsole
Sarah Taylor Lauren Winfield
Danielle Wyatt
Tour Results
Aus Women v Eng Women at Sydney - Feb 2, 2014
Aus Women won by 7 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
Aus Women v Eng Women at Melbourne - Jan 31, 2014
Aus Women won by 7 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)
Aus Women v Eng Women at Hobart - Jan 29, 2014
Eng Women won by 9 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
Aus Women v Eng Women at Hobart - Jan 26, 2014
Aus Women won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Aus Women v Eng Women at Melbourne - Jan 23, 2014
Aus Women won by 26 runs
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