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    Womens Ashes > Other Ashes
    Or something.

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    7/2

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    23/4, excellent start from our girls. Going to be hard for the Aussies to win from here, especially with all the top four gone.

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    28/5... meltdown.


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    Quote Originally Posted by four_or_six View Post
    28/5... meltdown.
    Yeah, dismal. Very impressive captain's innings from Fields here, and Haynes on debut. Ridiculous top order peformance. 11 fours so far for Fields in her 70. Not bad. But still in a pretty bad position...
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    Really feel for Haynes. 98 on debut, so close to that hundred. Very impressive comeback from 5/28 to end up on 7/271. Interesting that Ebsary hasn't come in yet, would have expected her in instead of Perry...

    Match should be pretty interesting now.

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    Yeah great comeback from the Aussies here, early wickets and they will be firmly in the driving seat. They have to win to regain the Ashes though and with rain forecast a draw could be on the cards

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    Although I did suspect it, it's quite annoying that it took Cricinfo an hour to say that the start was delayed by rain...

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    309 not bad at all, especially considering the incredibly horrific start we had to the innings. Only five got into double figures, and three made scores between 10 and 20, although Perry was unbeaten at least... If it wasn't for Fields and Haynes...

    Absolutely great performance from Brunt though, has to be admitted. 26-10-69-6.

    Enough said.

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    Great start. 2/11. Very dangerous combination in now, but we could hardly have asked for a better start. Interesting that both top orders have failed so far.

    EDIT: Yeah, 4/34 now, really similar. Do have to say how delighted I am at Perry and Ebsary's breakthroughs. Really key.
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    Such a bizarre game with both sides losing so many early wickets.
    England women 110/5 IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999 View Post
    Womens Ashes > Other Ashes
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    Because I would rather it was the other way round?

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    Anyone know if any TV channels are showing the game and if they can be accessed online? Or if any pubs in London are showing it? Why is women's cricket so ignored?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999 View Post
    Because I would rather it was the other way round?
    I'd rather it was = TBH. That is, England doing well in both.

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