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Loan | Alive

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$32.1M | 2 yrs ago

About Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia is the national governing body for the game in Australia. Australian cricket is administered by one national body and its members, the six state and two territory associations.

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60 Jolimont Street

Jolimont, Victoria, 3002,


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Heather Knight hails ‘special moment’ as five-day Women’s Ashes Test announced

Sep 21, 2022

England captain Heather Knight has welcomed the shattering of one of cricket’s glass ceilings after the news that her side will play a five-day Ashes Test at Trent Bridge next summer. The England and Wales Cricket Board and Cricket Australia have agreed to break the longstanding convention that has restricted the women’s Test matches to four-day affairs when they meet again in 2023. Just six women’s Tests have taken place worldwide in the last five years, all finishing in draws after time ran out, but now the marquee event of the multi-format series will have three additional sessions to reach a more fitting conclusion. More importantly, it brings parity with a men’s Ashes programme that was jointly announced on Wednesday morning. Expand Women’s Ashes Tests have previously been played over four days (Nick Potts/PA) The women’s Test begins on June 22, two days after the conclusion of the men’s Edgbaston opener against Australia, and represents a first in England. And Knight, whose side will also play T20s at the Kia Oval, Edgbaston and Lord’s for the first time, offered a ringing endorsement. “I’m so happy, I feel like I’ve been banging the drum for five days for a long time, so it’s a special moment,” she told the PA news agency. Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter Receive today's headlines directly to your inbox every morning and evening, with our free daily newsletter. Enter email address Sign Up “It feels like the right time, for five days, for bigger grounds, and it feels like it’s been a long time coming. Last year’s South Africa Test was set up nicely but withered out because of rain and it wasn’t given the chance to finish, so this is a really good step by the boards. “I probably spent most of my career being grateful for what you’re given. When I started out anything was a bonus, you were just happy to be playing the sport you love for England and not even getting paid, but my eyes have opened a bit more. Expand Heather Knight welcomed the dawn of a new era for the Women’s Ashes (Nick Potts/PA) “You see the inequalities you’ve gone through and and not really realised. Moving forward on an equal footing is a logical progression.” Greg Barclay, chair of the International Cricket Council, said during a trip to Lord’s in June that he did not believe Tests formed “part of the landscape” in the women’s game and could not see the format “evolving”. Those sentiments did not go unnoticed and Knight says her side are committed to proving the opposite. “After those comments we talked about trying to save the format for women, to do everything we can to move the game forward, to keep Test matches going and make them appealing,” she said. “We want to do everything we can to move it forward, to take more risks, to make it exciting to watch. Hopefully being at a massive ground like Trent Bridge will attract loads of people and it could be a really lovely occasion.” It can be frustrating when a draw becomes the only option, so it’s sensible to try and get a result over five days and I don’t see why it should be any different from men’s cricket Joe Root England’s men begin their 2023 schedule with a four-day Test against Ireland at Lord’s on June 1 before attempting to regain the urn from Australia in a five-match series that begins on June 16 and ends less than seven weeks later on July 31 with games at Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford and the Oval. Former England captain Joe Root is enthusiastic about what lies ahead for both teams, telling PA: “Both teams want the Ashes back. With both series on at the same time there’ll hopefully be an Ashes buzz that both teams can tap into and benefit from. “We’ll be doing our best over five Tests and the women’s team will be trying to come out on top in the multi-format series. I think it works well and their IT20s at Lord’s, Edgbaston and the Oval will be big occasions. “It’s a really important step for the women’s game. You want as many people as possible to be able to watch and we saw in The Hundred that when the games are played at major venues a lot of people are there to support. “There are few feelings better in cricket than getting over the line and winning a tight Test match, and it can be frustrating when a draw becomes the only option, so it’s sensible to try and get a result over five days and I don’t see why it should be any different from men’s cricket.” LV= Insurance Men’s Ashes Series First Test: Edgbaston, June 16-20 Second Test: Lord’s, June 28-July 2 Third Test: Headingley, July 6-10 Fourth Test: Old Trafford, July 19-23 Fifth Test: Kia Oval, July 27-31 Women’s Ashes Series First Vitality IT20: Edgbaston, July 1 Second Vitality IT20: Kia Oval, July 5 Third Vitality IT20: Lord’s July 8 First ODI: Seat Unique Stadium, July 12 Second ODI: Ageas Bowl. July 16 Third ODI: Cooper Associates County Ground, July 18 Most Read

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  • When was Cricket Australia founded?

    Cricket Australia was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Cricket Australia's headquarters?

    Cricket Australia's headquarters is located at 60 Jolimont Street, Jolimont.

  • What is Cricket Australia's latest funding round?

    Cricket Australia's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Cricket Australia raise?

    Cricket Australia raised a total of $32.1M.

  • Who are the investors of Cricket Australia?

    Investors of Cricket Australia include Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

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