Australian skipper Jodie Fields binds a prize surrounded by joyous teammates in Mumbai
THE Ashes might be out of strech for a group though Australia’s women’s group – a Southern Stars – will start favourites in their strife with England.
Here is a list of all a players in a team.
Jodie Fields 29 (QLD) – Captain
Wicketkeeper/RH middle-order bat
Tests: 2 ODI: 64 T20: 34 H/S: 139 (Test)
As good as gripping and captaining, Fields is in good form with a bat. Was a unequivocally good tennis actor when she was younger though chose cricket. Still a large tennis fan.
Alex Blackwell 29 (NSW) vice-captain
RH middle-order bat
Tests: 8 ODI: 100 T20: 53 H/S: 106* (ODI)
Capable of building a large innings and a energetic fielder. Works as a genetics counsellor. She and sister Kate are a usually matching twins to have played cricket for Australia.
Jess Cameron scored 39 off 60 balls in a losing bid opposite a West indies.
Jess Cameron 23 (VIC) – RH top-order bat
Tests: 1 ODI: 39 T20: 44 H/S: 90* (ODI)
Difficult to set a margin against, Cameron plays strokes all around a ground. Also superb in a field. A unequivocally gifted Aussie Rules footballer when she was younger and insane on St Kilda.
Sarah Coyte 22 (NSW)- Bowling all-rounder
Tests: 1 ODI: 18 T20: 21 Best bowling: 4/5 (T20)
Medium pacer who can pitch a ball; also a accessible center to lower-order batter. Resident tech consultant on tour – has all a cinema and TV array we could ever wish to watch.
Sarah Elliott 31 (VIC) – RH top-order batter/RA off-spin bowler
Tests: 1 ODI: 22 T20: 14 H/S: 96 (ODI)
Selected for a four-day Test only, unequivocally plain beat and bowls peculiarity off-spin. Is a initial silent to debate with a team, bringing baby Sam along.
Holly Ferling 17 (QLD) RA quick bowler
Tests: – ODI: 4 T20: -
Best bowling: 3/27 (ODI)
Still during school, her heading is a bouncing badge in her hair. Also a state-level netballer.
Rachel Haynes 26 (NSW) LH batter
Tests: 2 ODI: 31 T20: 25 H/S: 98 (Test) Best bowling: 3/10 (ODI)
Opening beat with a ability to play a prolonged innings. Handy left-arm middle gait bowler. She plays cricket left handed, though she’s a right-hander during all else.
Alyssa Healy 23 (NSW)- RH batter/wicketkeeper
Tests: 1 ODI: 12 T20: 30 H/S: 62* (ODI)
A energy hitter, Healy is also an achieved wicketkeeper, that shouldn’t warn given she is a niece of Border-era screw Ian Healy. She’s second in line for gripping duties behind captain Fields. It’s approaching she will be picked as a beat for a T20 matches this series. She’s also a gifted hockey player, she is study sea biology. Partner of associate Ashes traveller Mitchell Starc.
Julie Hunter 29 (VIC) – RA medium-fast bowler
Tests: – ODI: 15 T20: 19 Best bowling: 5/22 (T20)
Can pitch a round both ways and accessible with a bat. Grew adult personification Aussie Rules footy. WARNING – WEIRD FACT: Her conduct is so tiny it fits by a hole in a osteo table.
Jess Jonassen 20 (QLD) – LA off-spin bowler
Tests: – ODI: 8 T20: 13 Best bowling: 3/25 (T20)
Good spin choice and a purify striker of a ball. Studying law during university and also a gifted golfer.
Meg Lanning was in high form for a Southern Stars opposite New Zealand, blustering 103 from only 50 balls during North Sydney Oval. Picture: Getty Images
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Meg Lanning 21 (VIC) – RH batter
Tests: – ODI: 22 T20: 29 H/S: 128 (ODI)
Opener who can bat for prolonged durations and get large scores – like her 104 opposite England A in a debate diversion on Monday. Lanning was new on a inhabitant stage in 2011, and while she was in a patrol for a Ashes Test, she wasn’t comparison in a final team. Her younger sister Anna also plays cricket for a Victorian side VicSpirit. Passionate Sydney Swans fan.
Erin Osborne 23 (NSW) – Bowling all-rounder (RA off-spin)
Tests: – ODI: 41 T20: 28 H/S: 34 Best bowling: 3/9 (ODI)
The Aussies’ first-choice spinner. Has softened her batting and is also good in a field. Comes from a sporty family: her hermit Sean plays cricket for a ACT Comets, another hermit Troy plays soccer in a US for Chicago Inferno and her grandad Bill was an Australian champion grass bowler.
Ellyse Perry 22 (NSW) – RA quick bowling all-rounder
Tests: 3 ODI: 54 T20: 44 H/S: 51 (ODI) Best bowling: 5/19 (ODI)
Opening bowler and a crafty beat – and she plays general soccer for a Matildas. She’s another Sydney Swans fan and is an envoy for a club.
Megan Schutt 20 (SA) – RA fast-medium bowler
Tests: – ODI: 9 T20: 3 Best bowling: 3/40 (ODI)
Possesses a good in-swinger, Schutt was a heading wicket-taker during this year’s ODI World Cup (15). She likes to roll! You’ll find her on a skateboard or unresolved out during a beach.
Elyse Villani 23 (VIC) – RH batter
Tests: – ODI: – T20: 7 H/S: 20 (T20)
A top-order beat who’s a purify striker of a ball. She’s also a motorbike-riding primary propagandize teacher.
Gemma Triscari 23 (WA) – LA fast- middle bowler
Tests: – ODI: – T20: -
A join bowler who was combined to a patrol as a cover bowler. Aside from cricket, Gemma is a good baker. Her speciality is pavlova.
BUT IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT US
The English are flattering handy, too.
In 2009 they won both one day and T20 World Cups and they defended a Ashes that same year. Between Apr 2008 and 2013, England won 47 of 67 one-day internationals and 44 of 61 T20 games. But they haven’t won a vital pretension given that period, with Australia convalescent a Ashes in 2011.
The dual Poms many expected to means a Southern Stars pain are captain Charlotte Edwards and gait bowler Katherine Brunt, who had been uneasy by a feet injury.
Edwards, 33, has been captain given 2006. This will be her 20th Test compare and she’s also played 169 ODIs and 63 T20s. Her tip measure in a Test is 117 while she’s scored 173 not out in a one-day match.
Brunt is arguably a best womanlike bowler in a game. She’s now a tip ranked bowler in a ICC rankings.
She’s played 7 Test matches, 70 ODIs and 39 T20 matches. Her best compare total for a Test are 9-111.
Aussie opener Meg Lanning reckons a span has a ability to set a tinge for a side.
“Charlotte Edwards, she unequivocally leads from a front,” Lanning said.
“When she creates runs, everybody arrange of follows.
“In a bowling dialect it’s a identical thing with Katherine Brunt. When she gets wickets early they all get adult and about. They’re dual pivotal players we wish to get on tip of early. we consider that will go a prolonged approach to us removing on tip in a series.”
Ashes Test - Aug 11-14 (Wormsley)
First ODI - Aug 20 (Lord’s)
Second ODI – August 23 (Hove)
Third ODI – Aug 25 (Hove)
First T20 – Aug 27 (Chelmsford)
Second T20 – Aug 29 (Southampton)
Third T20 – Aug 31 (Durham)
(Double-header with Australia v England men’s T20 diversion to follow)
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