Big summer of cricket for Aussie women
It is set to be a big summer of cricket for Australia's Southern Stars after Cricket Australia announced the 2018-19 international schedule.
Vlaeminck leads Australia's U19 to first series win
Fast-bowler Tayla Vlaeminck has led Australia's Under 19s team to their first series win defeating South Africa Emerging Players by 21 runs in the Emerging Women Tri-Series Final.
Is Smith really a Titanic failure?
Readers will be aware that on 15 April 1912, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank killing over 1500 people, including the captain, whose name was Smith. The recent ball tampering incident was the iceberg that holed HMAS Cricket, and once again Captain Smith is standing at the rail as the water surges around him.
Bancroft has runs in the bank for Brisbane
With a prolific start to the summer, has Cameron Bancroft done enough to force himself into the team for the opening Test?
Pic special Game 2: Aboriginal XI Women v Surrey
Sussex XI have taken the victory against Aboriginal XI Women in the second match with a 79 run win.
Herath wreaks havoc on day 5
Spin vs attack spelt disaster for Australia on Sri Lanka's pitches, giving the home side a confidence boosting historic first win in the series.
Sri Lanka Day 4 - The Pivot
Day four was when it all began to fall apart for the Australians with Sri Lanka's spinners wreaking havoc on the tourists' batsmen.