Meg Lanning’s Melbourne Stars will play against Rachael Haynes’s Sydney Thunders on Sunday for the WBBL title. This will be a clash between the two most experienced Australian women cricketers and it will be interesting to see whether the Captain of the
Sunday (November 22) was a special day for Australia star Alyssa Healy. The 30-year-old scored a stunning century to power Sydney Sixers to a fine win over Melbourne Stars at the North Sydney Oval in the ongoing Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).
A number of overseas stars have expressed their disappointment over the timing of this year’s Women’s T20 Challenge. Popularly called women’s IPL, the competition will take place alongside the IPL’s playoffs stage in the UAE. And while the news might have delighted
Following Glenn Maxwell and Sana Mir, the latest international cricketer to take a break from the game is Australia’s Sophie Molineux. The brilliant all-rounder of Australian Women Cricket Team has announced her break from the game for an unspecified time. It means
Cricket Australia (CA) has banned Hobart Hurricanes wicketkeeper Emily Smith after she breached their stringent anti-corruption policy with a social media post. As a result, she will take no part in the ongoing Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) and the subsequent Women’s
Adelaide Strikers were looking set to finish well below 150-run mark against Melbourne Stars on Sunday. They were 134 for 4 with just five balls remaining. However, Sophie Devine had some other plans. The New Zealand hit sixes on all the remaining
Australian leg spinner Amanda Jade-Wellington was pleasantly surprised after her side Adelaide Strikers beat Melbourne Renegades on Saturday. Amanda Jade-Wellington was surprised by her boyfriend while she was celebrating the win. Her boyfriend went down on his knees to propose her for