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PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
edited September 16 Sport
With The Ashes series finishing up last night, the Australian cricket season begins this Saturday with the opening matches of both the One-Day & WNCL Cups.

AUSTRALIAN CRICKET
(All times listed are local time)

MEN
Marsh One-Day Cup
Sep 21 - WA v VIC, WACA, 2pm
Sep 22 - QLD v NSW, Allan Border Field, 9:30am (Fox)
Sep 23 - TAS v VIC, WACA, 10am
Sep 24 - QLD v SA, Allan Border Field, 9:30am (Fox)
Sep 25 - WA v TAS, WACA, 10am
Sep 26 - NSW v SA, Allan Border Field, 9:30am (Fox)
Sep 29 - SA v TAS, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am
Sep 29 - VIC v QLD, CitiPower Centre St Kilda, 10am (Fox)
Sep 30 - NSW v WA, Drummoyne Oval, 9:30am (Fox)
Oct 1 - VIC v QLD, CitiPower Centre St Kilda, 10am (Fox)
Oct 1 - SA v TAS, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am
Oct 2 - NSW v WA, Drummoyne Oval, 9:30am
Oct 23 - NSW v TAS, SCG, 10am (Fox)
Oct 23 - QLD v SA, 'Gabba, 10am
Oct 23 - WA v VIC, WACA, 2pm
Oct 31 - QLD v WA, Metricon Stadium, 9:30am (Fox)
Nov 17 - SA v WA, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am
Nov 17 - VIC v NSW, MCG, 2pm (Fox)
Nov 18 - TAS v QLD, Bellerive Oval, 10am (Fox)
Nov 19 - VIC v SA, MCG, 10am (Fox)
Nov 20 - TAS v NSW, Bellerive Oval, 10am (Fox)
Nov 26 - FINAL (Fox)

Marsh Sheffield Shield
Oct 10-13 - VIC v SA, QLD v NSW, WA v TAS (WACA)
Oct 18-21 - NSW v TAS, QLD v SA, WA v VIC (WACA)
Oct 31-Nov 3 - TAS v VIC
Nov 1-4 - SA v NSW
Nov 2-5 - QLD v WA ('Gabba)
Nov 11-14 - SA v TAS, NSW v WA (SCG)
Nov 12-15 - VIC v QLD
Nov 29-Dec 2 - VIC v NSW, TAS v QLD, WA v SA (WACA)
Dec 7-10 - TAS v SA, NSW v QLD, VIC v WA (MCG)
Feb 14-17 - NSW v VIC, QLD v TAS, SA v WA (Adelaide)
Feb 24-27 - NSW v SA, QLD v VIC, TAS v WA (Bellerive)
Mar 6-9 - TAS v NSW, SA v VIC, WA v QLD (WACA)
Mar 17-20 - SA v QLD, WA v NSW (WACA)
Mar 19-22 - VIC v TAS
Mar 27-31 - FINAL (Fox)

KFC BBL|09 (Scorchers' Games listed)
Dec 18 - v Sixers, SCG, 7:10
Dec 21 - v Renegades, Perth Stadium, 6:10 (Fox only)
Dec 23 - v Strikers, Adelaide Oval, 6:40
Dec 26 - v Sixers, Perth Stadium, 4:10
Jan 1 - v Heat, Metricon Stadium, 6:10
Jan 5 - v Hurricanes, Perth Stadium, 6:40 (Fox only)
Jan 7 - v Renegades, Kardinia Park, 7:10
Jan 11 - v Heat, Perth Stadium, 6:10 (Fox only)
Jan 13 - v Hurricanes, Bellerive Oval, 7:10
Jan 15 - v Stars, Perth Stadium, 6:10
Jan 18 - v Stars, MCG, 3:40 (Fox only)
Jan 20 - v Thunder, Perth Stadium, 6:40
Jan 24 - v Strikers, Perth Stadium, 6:10
Jan 26 - v Thunder, Sydney Showgrounds, 2:45
Jan 30 - ELIMINATOR, 4th v 5th
Jan 31 - QUALIFIER, 1st v 2nd
Feb 1 - KNOCK-OUT, 3rd v Eliminator Winner
Feb 6 - CHALLENGER, Qualifier Loser v Knock-Out Winner
Feb 8 - FINAL

WOMEN
WNCL 2019/20 (WA Games listed)
Sep 21 - QLD v WA, Souths District Cricket Club, 10am
Sep 22 - TAS v WA, Souths District Cricket Club, 9:30am
Jan 7 - VIC v WA, CitiPower Centre St Kilda, 10am
Jan 9 - VIC v WA, CitiPower Centre St Kilda, 9:30am
Jan 21 - WA v SA, WACA, 10am
Jan 23 - WA v SA, WACA, 10am
Feb 4 - ACT v WA, Phillip Oval, 10am
Feb 6 - NSW v WA, North Sydney Oval, 9am
Feb 16 - FINAL

Rebel WBBL|05 (Scorchers' Games listed)
Oct 23 - v Renegades, CitiPower Centre St Kilda, 1pm
Oct 26 - v Heat, Allan Border Field, 1:10pm (7mate/Fox)
Oct 27 - v Strikers, Allan Border Field, 9:40am (7mate/Fox)
Nov 1 - v Renegades, WACA, 5:40pm (7mate/Fox)
Nov 2 - v Stars, WACA, 3:55pm (7mate/Fox)
Nov 9 - v Strikers, Karen Rolton Oval, 1:40pm (7mate/Fox)
Nov 10 - v Thunder, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am
Nov 12 - v Thunder, WACA, 5:30pm
Nov 17 - v Heat, Drummoyne Oval, 10am
Nov 20 - v Stars, CitiPower Centre St Kilda, 2pm
Nov 23 - v Sixers, Lilac Hill, 10am
Nov 24 - v Sixers, Lilac Hill, 10am
Nov 30 - v Hurricanes, Lilac Hill, 2pm
Dec 1 - v Hurricanes, Lilac Hill, 2pm
Dec 7 - SEMI FINALS, 1st v 4th, 2nd v 3rd (7mate/Fox)
Dec 8 - FINAL (7mate/Fox)

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET
(All times listed are local time)

MEN
T20Is v Sri Lanka
Oct 27 - Adelaide Oval, 2pm
Oct 30 - 'Gabba, 6:10pm
Nov 1 - MCG, 7:10pm
T20Is v Pakistan
Nov 3 - SCG, 2:30pm
Nov 5 - Manuka Oval, 7:10pm
Nov 8 - Perth Stadium, 4:30pm
Tests v Pakistan
Nov 21-25 - 'Gabba, 10am
Nov 29-Dec 3 - Adelaide Oval, 2pm (D/N)
Tests v New Zealand
Dec 12-16 - Perth Stadium, 1pm (D/N)
Dec 26-30 - MCG, 10:30am
Jan 3-7 - SCG, 10:30am
ODIs v India
Jan 14 - Mumbai, 2pm
Jan 17 - Rajkot, 2pm
Jan 19 - Bengaluru, 2pm
T20Is v South Africa
Feb 21 - Jo'berg, 6pm
Feb 23 - Port Elizabeth, 2:30pm
Feb 26 - Cape Town, 6pm
ODIs v South Africa
Feb 29 - Paarl, 1pm
Mar 4 -  Bloemfontein, 1pm
Mar 7 - Potchefstroom, 10am
ODIs v New Zealand
Mar 13 - SCG, 1:20pm
Mar 15 - SCG, 10:20am
Mar 20 - Bellerive Oval, 2:30pm

WOMEN
T20Is v Sri Lanka
Sep 29 - North Sydney Oval, 2:40pm
Sep 30 - North Sydney Oval, 7:10pm
Oct 2 - North Sydney Oval, 2:10pm
ODIs v Sri Lanka
Oct 5 - Allan Border Field, 10am
Oct 7 - Allan Border Field, 10am
Oct 9 - Allan Border Field, 10am
T20I Tri Series
Jan 31 - IND v ENG, Manuka Oval, 2:10pm
Feb 1 - AUS v ENG, Manuka Oval, 2:10pm
Feb 2 - AUS v IND, Manuka Oval, 2:10pm
Feb 7 - IND v ENG, Junction Oval, 2:10pm
Feb 8 - AUS v IND, Junction Oval, 2:10pm
Feb 9 - AUS v ENG, Junction Oval, 2:10pm
Feb 12 - FINAL, Junction Oval, 2:10pm
T20 Warm-Up Games
Feb 15 - v WI, Allan Border Field
Feb 18 - v SA, Karen Rolton Oval
T20 World Cup
Feb 21 - AUS v IND, Showgrounds, 7pm
Feb 22 - WI v THAI, NZ v SL, WACA, 2pm/7pm
Feb 23 - ENG v SA, WACA, 7pm
Feb 24 - AUS v SL, IND v BAN, WACA, 2pm/7pm
Feb 26 - ENG v THAI, WI v PAK, Manuka Oval, 2pm/7pm
Feb 27 - IND v NZ, Junction Oval, 2pm
Feb 27 - AUS v BAN, Manuka Oval, 7pm
Feb 28 - SA v THAI, ENG v PAK, Manuka Oval, 2pm/7pm
Feb 29 - NZ v BAN, IND v SL, Junction Oval, 2pm/7pm
Mar 1 - SA v PAK, ENG v WI, Showgrounds, 2pm/7pm
Mar 2 - SL v BAN, AUS v NZ, Junction Oval, 10am/2pm
Mar 3 - PAK v THAI, WI v SA, Showgrounds, 2pm/7pm
Mar 5 - SEMI FINALS, SCG, 2pm/7pm
Mar 8 - FINAL, MCG, 7pm
ODIs v South Africa
Mar 22 - Pietermaritzburg, 8am
Mar 25 - Pietermaritzburg, 8am
Mar 28 - Pietermaritzburg, 8am
T20Is v South Africa
Mar 31 - East London, 11am
Apr 3 - Benoni, 11am
Apr 4 - Benoni, 11am
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  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 19
    The Australian Women have completed a 3-0 clean sweep in both the ODIs and T20Is against the West Indies in the Caribbean.

    ODIs
    AUS 4/308 (50) beat WI 130 (37.3)
    AUS 2/308 (50) beat WI 8/157 (50)
    WI 180 (50) lost to AUS 2/182 (31.1)

    T20Is
    WI 8/106 (20) lost to AUS 4/108 (18.5)
    WI 9/97 (20) lost to AUS 1/98 (14.3)
    WI 81 (20) lost to AUS 1/83 (7.3)

    Only six players batted during the series, with Meg Lanning averaging 255 (only dismissed once), Ellyse Perry averaging 209 (also only dismissed once) and Alyssa Healy scoring 349 runs (average of 69.8).

    With those three ODI wins, they have now also qualified for the 2021 World Cup (in New Zealand) with six games still remaining, having won 14 of their 15 qualifying ODIs.

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  • ciscocisco    704 posts
    Many thanks for all your work PAUL.

    Cheers cisco

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  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,464 posts
    edited September 20
    See the WA State team going back to original name, and rightly so, representing the state proudly, leave Western Warriors behind and back to being called WA.
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 21
    WA Women got off to a good start, beating QLD by five wickets today in Brisbane.

    QLD 189 (47) - Devine 3/35, Peschel 3/48
    WA 5/191 (43.1) - Bolton 77 (106), Piparo 76 (118)

    At the WACA, VIC will need to score the 12th highest score ever by any team batting second (and 2nd highest by an Australian team) in a 50-over List A match to beat WA tonight.

    WA 8/386 (50) - Stonis 101* (58), Bancroft 78 (75)
    VIC 3/74 (after 11 overs)
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 21
    PAUL said:

    At the WACA, VIC will need to score the 12th highest score ever by any team batting second (and 2nd highest by an Australian team) in a 50-over List A match to beat WA tonight.

    WA 8/386 (50) - Stoinis 101*, Bancroft 78, Philippe 63

    Ended up being a comfortable win for WA tonight, bowling out VIC for 261 (Maddinson 87, Maxwell 51, Agar 3/54).

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  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 22
    The WA Women made it 2/2 for the weekend, beating TAS by 16 runs in Brisbane. Nicole Bolton scored another half century.

    WA 194 (49) - Bolton 63 (80), Banting 46 (97)
    TAS 178 (44) - Bolton 2/26, Peschel 2/29, King 2/36
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 23
    How's this for a collapse down at WACA this afternoon.

    After VIC recovered from 5/64 to make 185, thanks to a half century from Will Sutherland (53), TAS were cruising at 4/172, needing only 14 runs off 71 deliveries, before losing 6/12 in just 15 deliveries, three wickets each from Chris Tremain (4/36) and Jackson Coleman (4/46), to end up losing by a run. The last five wickets falling for just three runs in ten deliveries.

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2406/46390/tasmanian-tigers-men-vs-victoria-men-marsh-one-day-cup-2019/scorecard

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  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    Just to add some context to that batting collapse story, TAS were chasing the bonus point (for getting the runs inside 40 overs). Only needed five runs with five wickets in hand at the start of the 40th over. Lost three wickets in that over, then had no recognised batsman left and the tail enders were dismissed in the following over.
  • VillageKidVillageKid    1,513 posts
    Some very interesting lbw decisions given out by the umpire in that collapse!
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 25
    WA batted first today in the one-dayer against TAS and have posted a competitive 312, their 4th highest score ever at the WACA.

    WA 312 (50) - Short 129 (101), S.Marsh 42 (52), Bancroft 35 (35).

    WA's HIGHEST SCORES AT WACA
    8/386 v VIC (261), last Saturday
    6/340 v QLD (259), 2006
    5/325 v NSW (253), 2001
    312 v TAS, today
    3/309 v NSW (180), 2009

    No team has scored 300+ batting second in a domestic one-day game at the WACA. The highest total was 3/298 (46.2) in a successful run chase by WA v QLD (5/297) in 2004, with Rogers and Langer both making centuries.

    https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/scorecard/137477/western-australia-vs-queensland-ing-cup-2003-04
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    PAUL said:

    WA batted first today in the one-dayer against TAS and have posted a competitive 312, their 4th highest score ever at the WACA.

    WA 312 (50) - Short 129 (101), S.Marsh 42 (52), Bancroft 35 (35).

    Another bonus point win for WA, this time winning by 102 runs.

    TAS 210 (44.4) - Richardson 3/23, Tye 3/49, Agar 3/51.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    Australian Women started their season today, batting first and posting 4/217 in a T20I vs Sri Lanka at North Sydney Oval, their 2nd highest total in a T20I (6th highest total overall in a T20I).

    AUS 4/217 - Mooney 113 (61), Gardner 49 (27), Healy 43 (21)

    AUS WOMEN HIGHEST T20I TOTALS
    3/226 v ENG (9/133), Chelmsford, 2019
    4/217 v SL, North Sydney, today
    4/209 v ENG (9/152), Mumbai, 2018

    HIGHEST WOMEN T20I TOTALS
    2/314 Uganda v Mali (10), Rwanda, 2019*
    1/285 Tanzania v Mali (17), Rwanda, 2019*
    3/250 ENG v SA (6/129), Taunton, 2018
    1/246 Rwanda v Mali (9/30), Rwanda, 2019*
    3/226 AUS v ENG (9/133), Chelmsford, 2019
    4/217 AUS v SL, North Sydney, today

    * Mali have only played six T20Is (losing all 6), their highest total being 9/30, lowest total only 6.

    Sri Lanka have never scored more than 155 in a Women's T20I (scored vs India in a 13-run loss last year).
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    PAUL said:

    AUS 4/217 - Mooney 113, Gardner 49, Healy 43.

    Sri Lanka have never scored more than 155 in a Women's T20I (scored vs India in a 13-run loss last year).

    Sri Lanka easily posted their highest T20I score in reply, but still lost by 41 runs. It was the 2nd highest total conceded by Australia in a T20I (highest is 6/181 by England at Manuka Oval in 2017). Chamari Athapaththu easily broke the record for the highest score by a SL player in a T20I (previous highest was only 63* by Lasanthi Madushani).

    SL 7/176 - Athapaththu 113 (66), Wareham 2/19.
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 30
    WA were sent into bat by NSW in the one-day game today at Drummoyne Oval, with WA making 6/210 from 35 overs (rain interrupting play in the 30th over when WA was 3/151). NSW will be chasing a revised target of 244.

    WA 6/210 (35) - S.Marsh 82 (84), Short 35 (43), M.Marsh 30 (39)

    Yesterday, QLD (8/322) thrashed VIC (168) by 154 runs at Junction Oval, but missed out on a golden opportunity to score a "double bonus point" win after having the Vics at 8/106 (needed to bowl them out for 161 or less).

    QLD 8/322 - Khawaja 138 (126), Heazlett 88 (86)
    VIC 168 (39.5) - Sutherland 66 (67), Steketee 4/25

    In the other game, TAS beat SA by five wickets with 22 deliveries remaining at Karen Rolton Oval.

    SA 9/228 - Ross 82* (117), Lehmann 50 (74), Faulkner 3/28
    TAS 5/229 (46.2) - McDermott 103* (140), Jewell 64 (77)
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 30
    PAUL said:

    WA were sent into bat by NSW in the one-day game today at Drummoyne Oval, with WA making 6/210 from 35 overs (rain interrupting play in the 30th over when WA was 3/151). NSW will be chasing a revised target of 244.

    WA 6/210 (35) - S.Marsh 82 (84), Short 35 (43)

    Close finish but WA make it 3/3, winning by eight runs.

    NSW 7/235 (35) - Hughes 112* (96), Coulter-Nile 3/47

    POINTS (after 3/7 games)
    1 Western Australia 14 (3 wins, 2 bonus points)
    2 Queensland 14 (3 wins, 2 bonus points)
    3 South Australia 5 (1 win, 1 bonus point)
    4 Victoria 4 (1 win)
    5 Tasmania 3 (1 win, 1 penalty point)
    6 New South Wales 0
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 30
    Australian Women restrict Sri Lanka to 8/84 in the second T20I at North Sydney Oval tonight, the equal ninth lowest total conceded by Australia in a T20I.

    LOWEST SCORES CONCEDED BY AUS WOMEN IN T20Is
    8/59 v SL, Colombo, 2016
    62 (18.2) v IND, Billericay, 2011
    69 (17.1) v NZ, North Sydney, 2012
    71 (17.3) v WI, North Sound, 2018
    9/74 v WI, Adelaide Oval, 2014
    7/76 v IRE, Dublin, 2015
    7/80 v NZ, Allan Border Field, 2009
    81 v WI, Bridgetown, 2019
    9/84 v PAK, Kerrydale Oval (Gold Coast), 2014
    8/84 v SL, North Sydney, tonight
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited September 30
    PAUL said:

    Australian Women restrict Sri Lanka to 8/84 in the second T20I at North Sydney Oval tonight, the equal ninth lowest total conceded by Australia in a T20I.

    Australia chase down the target in 9.4 overs, their 4th quickest run chase in a T20I.

    SL 8/84 - Perry 2/21
    AUS 1/87 (9.4) - Burns 30* (18), Mooney 28* (25), Healy 21 (15)

    QUICKEST RUN CHASES BY AUS WOMEN IN T20Is
    7.3 overs v WI (target 82), Bridgetown, 2019
    8.1 overs v SL (target 60), Colombo, 2016
    9.1 overs v IRE (target 94), Providence, 2018
    9.4 overs v SL (target 85), North Sydney, tonight

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  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 1
    Some good news for the upcoming BBL season, AB de Villiers has signed up to play for the Brisbane Heat in the second half of the season plus the finals. Handy replacement for the recently retired Brendon McCullum.

    AB de VILLIERS - 295 T20s (277 INNS)
    8,186 runs (10th highest all-time) @ 37.20, SR 149.84, HS 133*

    https://www.cricket.com.au/news/ab-de-villiers-joins-brisbane-heat-deal-big-bash-league-bbl-signing-bbl09/2019-10-01
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 1
    Victoria (1/305) completed their second highest successful run chase ever against Queensland (6/304) today at the Junction Oval, chasing down the target with 34 deliveries to spare. Khawaja made a 2nd consecutive century. Aaron Finch's 188* is the highest score by a Victorian in an one-day game (and the 5th highest in an Australian domestic one-day game)

    HIGHEST INNINGS - AUSTRALIA ONE DAY GAME
    257 (148) D'Arcy Short, WA v QLD, 2018
    229* (157) Ben Dunk, TAS v QLD, 2014
    202 (120) Travis Head, SA v WA, 2015
    197 (141) David Warner, NSW v VIC, 2013
    188* (151) Aaron Finch, VIC v QLD, today

    QLD 6/304 - Khawaja 112 (125), Heazlett 69 (51)
    VIC 1/305 (44.2) - Finch 188* (151), Harris 61* (75)

    In the other game today, SA (2/257) scored a bonus point win over Tasmania (7/255), chasing down the target inside 39 overs at Karen Rolton Oval.

    TAS 7/255 - Jewell 104 (117), Silk 87 (106)
    SA 2/257 (38.4) - Carey 80* (52), Head 80* (99)
  • TiversTivers    7,243 posts
    So what you're saying is a slow Khawaja tonne cost Qld the game...........(sounds familiar)
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 2
    WA won the toss and put NSW into bat in the one-day game at Drummoyne Oval. Interesting decision, considering WA had won all three games this season batting first.

    NSW ended up with 6/348 (their 3rd highest total in an one-day game). A second consecutive century for Daniel Hughes.

    NSW 6/348 - Hughes 152 (143), Gilkes 82 (51), Tye 3/86.

    WA have only ever scored 300+ once batting second in an one-day game and that was at this ground two years ago, scoring 6/325 v South Australia (Klinger 143, M.Marsh 124), which resulted in a five run loss.
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 2
    Alyssa Healy scored the highest innings in a women's T20I and the second fastest century in a women's T20I, in Australia's 2/226 (their equal highest score in a T20I) in the final T20I v SL at North Sydney Oval.

    HIGHEST T20I INNINGS - WOMEN
    148* (61) Alyssa Healy, AUS v SL, North Sydney, today
    133* (63) Meg Lanning, AUS v ENG, Chelmsford, 2019
    126* (76) Sterre Kalis, NED v GER, Cartagena, 2019
    126 (65) Meg Lanning, AUS v IRE, Sylhet, 2014

    FASTEST T20I CENTURY - WOMEN
    38 balls, Deandra Dottin, WI v SA, Basseterre, 2010
    46 balls, Alyssa Healy, AUS v SL, North Sydney, today
    47 balls, Tammi Beaumont, ENG v SA, Taunton, 2018

    AUS WOMEN HIGHEST T20I TOTALS
    2/226 v SL, North Sydney, today
    3/226 v ENG (9/133), Chelmsford, 2019
    4/217 v SL (7/176), North Sydney, Sunday
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 2
    PAUL said:

    NSW ended up with 6/348 (their 3rd highest total in an one-day game). A second consecutive century for Daniel Hughes.

    NSW 6/348 - Hughes 152 (143), Gilkes 82 (51), Tye 3/86.

    NSW secured a bonus point win, bowling WA out for 271.

    WA 271 (44.3) - Cartwright 74 (68), Philippe 64 (50), Conway 3/30, Nair 3/59.

    POINTS (after 4/7 games)
    1 Queensland 14 (3 wins, 2 bonus points)
    2 Western Australia 14 (3 wins, 2 bonus points)
    3 South Australia 10 (2 wins, 2 bonus points)
    4 Victoria 8 (2 wins)
    5 New South Wales 5 (1 win, 1 bonus point)
    6 Tasmania 3 (1 win, 1 penalty point due to slow over rate)
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    PAUL said:

    Alyssa Healy (148*) scored the highest innings in a women's T20I and the second fastest century in a women's T20I, in Australia's 2/226 (their equal highest score in a T20I) in the final T20I v SL at North Sydney Oval.

    AUS 2/226 - Healy 148* (61), Haynes 41 (37)

    Australia restricted Sri Lanka to 7/94, winning by 132 runs (the biggest win ever in a women's T20I between two of the top eight ranked teams).

    SL 7/94 - Athapaththu 30 (39), Carey 3/15

    BIGGEST WOMEN'S T20I WINS (BY RUNS) - TOP EIGHT TEAMS
    132 runs (target 227) AUS v SL, North Sydney, today
    121 runs (target 251) ENG v SA, Taunton, 2018
    106 runs (target 186) NZ v WI, Mount Maunganui, 2018

    The three biggest wins ever in women's T20Is were on consecutive days in June involving matches against the 58th and bottom ranked team, Mali.

    BIGGEST WOMEN'S T20I WINS (BY RUNS)
    304 runs (target 315) Uganda v Mali, Rwanda, 2019
    268 runs (target 286) Tanzania v Mali, Rwanda, 2019
    216 runs (target 247) Rwanda v Mali, Rwanda, 2019
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    AUS Women won the toss and batted first in the opening ODI v Sri Lanka at Allan Border Field, making 8/281.

    AUS 8/281 - Lanning 73 (66), Mooney 66 (68), Haynes 56 (76)

    Sri Lanka has only scored more than that once in a women's ODI, that was six years ago, in a 138-run win (5/282) against India (144) at Mumbai.
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 5
    PAUL said:

    AUS Women won the toss and batted first in the opening ODI v Sri Lanka at Allan Border Field, making 8/281.

    AUS 8/281 - Lanning 73, Mooney 66, Haynes 56

    Australia win their 16th consecutive ODI (their last loss was against England at Coffs Harbour in October 2017), bowling Sri Lanka out for 124.

    SL 124 (41.3) - Gardner 2/9, Vlaeminck 2/14, Jonassen 2/17

    Australia go to 15-1 in the ICC Women's Championship and will wrap up their second consecutive title with one more win.
    New Zealand (host) plus the top four nations will directly qualify for the 2021 ODI World Cup.

    2017-20 ICC WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP (Win-Loss-Tie/NR)
    1 Australia 15-1
    2 England 12-6
    3 India 8-7
    4 South Africa 7-6-2
    5 Pakistan 7-7-1
    6 New Zealand 7-8
    7 West Indies 5-12-1
    8 Sri Lanka 1-15

    Note, the three ODI wins against England in this year's Ashes series, didn't count towards the championship.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    edited October 7
    AUS Women won the toss and batted first again, in the second ODI v Sri Lanka at Allan Border Field, this time making 8/282. WA's Heather Graham, in her ODI debut, made 4* (5) batting at number eight.

    AUS 8/282 - Haynes 118 (132), Healy 69 (62), Lanning 45 (62)

    Only twice has any team scored more than this batting second in a women's ODI. The highest total was by South Africa (9/305 v ENG at Bristol, two years ago, in a 68-run loss). The only other time, which is the highest successful run chase in a women's ODI, was by Australia (6/289 v NZ at North Sydney Oval in 2012).
  • TiversTivers    7,243 posts
    Being broadcast on Ch 73 too, I just realised................(SL 9 down :( )
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    PAUL said:

    AUS Women won the toss and batted first again, in the second ODI v Sri Lanka at Allan Border Field, this time making 8/282.

    AUS 8/282 - Haynes 118, Healy 69, Lanning 45

    Australia wrap up the ICC Women's Championship and equal their world record of 17 consecutive ODI wins, by restricting Sri Lanka to 9/172. Jess Jonassen becomes the fourth Australian woman and the 2nd fastest in women's ODI cricket to take 100 wickets.

    SL 9/172 - Jonassen 4/31, Wareham 2/29

    MOST CONSECUTIVE WOMEN'S ODI WINS
    17 Australia (Dec 1997 to Feb 1999)
    17* Australia (Feb 2018 to today)
    16 Australia (Feb 1999 to Dec 2000)
    16 India (Feb 2016 to May 2017)

    MOST CONSECUTIVE WOMEN'S ODIs WITHOUT DEFEAT
    24 Australia (Jan 1978 to Feb 1985) - 23 wins, one tie
    20 England (Feb 2008 to Mar 2009) - 17 wins, 3 no results
    17 Australia (Dec 1997 to Feb 1999) - 17 wins
    17* Australia (Feb 2018 to today) - 17 wins
  • PAULPAUL    2,535 posts
    PAUL said:

    Some good news for the upcoming BBL season, AB de Villiers has signed up to play for the Brisbane Heat in the second half of the season plus the finals. Handy replacement for the recently retired Brendon McCullum.

    https://www.cricket.com.au/news/ab-de-villiers-joins-brisbane-heat-deal-big-bash-league-bbl-signing-bbl09/2019-10-01

    Another South African has signed up to play in this year's BBL, with Dale Steyn signing up to play for the Melbourne Stars in the first six games of the season.

    https://www.cricket.com.au/news/dale-steyn-signs-big-bash-league-bbl-melbourne-stars-south-africa-ab-de-villiers-t20-world-cup/2019-10-08
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