Women’s cricket has a new national champion and some very ecstatic players.
The South Australia Scorpions have been building for the last two years, and the time finally came to hoist the WNCL trophy on Sunday over arch-rivals New South Wales. Continue reading WNCL: The sting finally gets its reward
South Australian Scorpions captain Lauren Ebsary has taken her troops to a semi-final against the Queensland Fire on Friday, January 23, but it hasn’t always been an easy task, says the skipper.
South Australia’s last crack at the WNCL finals came in 2008-2009, where they were runners up to New South Wales in a washout game. The team, the mentality, and the performances have improved out of sight since then. Continue reading Scorpions sting reaches semi-finals of the WNCL
The Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) and Women’s Twenty20 (WT20) kick off on the weekend of October 10-12, and the Scorpions are preparing for a competitive and confident season.
Captain Lauren Ebsary is no stranger to the big stage, and is preparing the squad for their first match against the Victoria Spirit at the Junction Oval in Melbourne on October 10. Continue reading Cricket: Sting in the Scorpions’ tail
Queensland Fire batsman Delissa Kimmince put on a show at the WACA on Friday, pummelling her way to a match-winning 78 from just 52 balls as Queensland took a resounding seven wicket victory and a maiden WT20 title. Continue reading Cricket: WNCL T20: Queensland breathe fire over Meteors for maiden state title