Southern Stars World Cup win must be the catalyst for future growth
ACA CEO Paul Marsh has called on those involved in the sport to ensure the Southern Stars' World Cup win is the springboard for a stronger presence of women in cricket.  
Key Bushrangers commit to long term deals
The Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers have secured the signatures of several key players with nine members of the Victorian squad inking new deals.  
Moody signs as Melbourne Renegades Director of Cricket
Former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody has signed on as Director of Cricket at the Melbourne Renegades for BBL|04.  
Australia to tour Zimbabwe
Australia to tour Zimbabwe -
Apr 11 2014
Australia will play up to five one-day internationals in 13 days in a tri-series with Zimbabwe and South Africa in their first trip to the country in more than a decade.  
CA commits to eliminate homophobia in sport
Cricket Australia will join the Australian Football League, Australia Rugby Union, National Rugby League and Football Federation of Australia at a special event in Sydney today to commit to creating inclusive sporting cultures and eliminating homophobia in sport.  
Lanning, Perry named amongst WT20's 'best'
Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry have been named in the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 women’s Team of the Tournament.  
Australia A winter tour squad announced
The National Selection Panel (NSP) announced the preliminary 21-player Australia A squad for their tour of the top end, which will be coached by Michael Di Venuto with Ryan Harris as his assistant.  
Maxwell makes WT20 Team of the Tournament
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the men’s Team of the Tournament of the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, with Glenn Maxwell featured at number six.  
James Hopes wins Healy Trophy
Queensland’s “captain courageous” James Hopes tonight made history as he became the first three-time winner of the Ian Healy Trophy as the XXXX GOLD Bulls Player of the Year.  
Southern Stars win third successive WT20
The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars have won their third successive ICC Women’s World Twenty20 title after a six-wicket win over England in Dhaka.  


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