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Queensland and Brisbane Heat batter Laura Harris is one of Australia’s essential workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 fight. Away from the cricket field, the dual WBBL winner works as a nurse in the emergency department at Brisbane’s Logan Hospital.
New South Wales veteran and ACA Director Moises Henriques has been voted by the players as Captain of the ACA All*Star Sheffield Shield Team of the Year.
The ACA understands that the coronavirus pandemic is placing a mental and financial strain on many of our members.
Sunday night was a celebration – of this incredible team and in recognition of generations of hard work behind it
Many of the preliminary games of the 1997 Women’s Cricket World Cup were broadcast on Indian TV station Doordarshan, with former Indian players commentating. It would be the first time many Australians saw themselves playing on TV, but for Clark and Harmer there was a more practical benefit: for the first time, they could analyse teams they’d be facing later in the tournament.
The Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) is investing in a Clinical Psychologist to support its GamePlan Program.
With their spirits lifted, Australia would face New Zealand in the World Cup final, to be played at Eden Garden, Calcutta, on 29 December. The two sides were certainly not strangers; it would be their ninth meeting for the calendar year.