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MCG to host its first-ever day-night Test during Women’s Ashes

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Australia’s most iconic sporting arena, is set to witness a historic moment in 2025. For the first time ever, the venue will host a day-night Test match during the highly anticipated Women’s Ashes series. This groundbreaking event marks a significant step forward for women’s cricket, putting the spotlight on the …

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Gardner gains big in ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings

Australian cricket witnessed a significant rise in the ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings recently. Ashleigh Gardner, the talented all-rounder, enjoyed a meteoric climb across all three formats – batting, bowling, and all-rounders – solidifying her position as one of the most valuable players in the modern game. The latest update to the ICC Women’s ODI …

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India, Pakistan to visit as Australia announce schedule for home summer

Buckle up cricket fans, because the upcoming Australian summer promises to be a scorcher – not just weather-wise, but on the pitch as well! Cricket Australia (CA) recently unveiled a sizzling schedule for the home season, featuring highly anticipated tours by arch-rivals India and Pakistan. The Australian summer is synonymous with cricket, a time when …

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Lions beat Tigers as Sri Lanka surge in ICC World Test Championship standings 

The cricketing world witnessed a roar from the subcontinent as Sri Lanka, the “Lions,” outplayed Bangladesh, the “Tigers,” in a resounding victory. This win wasn’t just about bragging rights; it propelled Sri Lanka up the prestigious ICC World Test Championship standings, sending a strong message to other contenders. The recently concluded Test match between Sri …

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‘Nice to be back’ – Sophie Molineux shines on ODI return

Australian cricket fans were thrilled to see Sophie Molineux back in action on Sunday, and the talented left-arm spinner didn’t disappoint. After a two-year hiatus due to injuries, Molineux shone brightly in the second ODI against Bangladesh, taking three wickets for just 10 runs in her economical 10-over spell. Her performance was instrumental in securing …

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Pakistan pacer available for T20 World Cup 2024 after coming out of retirement

Pakistan’s pace attack just got a whole lot spicier. Mohammad Amir, the left-arm quick with lightning pace and deceptive swing, has reversed his international retirement, making himself available for the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. This unexpected turn of events brings a wealth of experience and skill back to the Pakistani bowling lineup, …

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