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Women's CWC: Was nice to rebuild with Mooney, says Ellyse Perry after win

Wellington [New Zealand], March 13 (ANI): Ellyse Perry played a vital role on Saturday as Australia's middle-order recovered from a stuttering start to beat New Zealand by 141 runs at the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 in Hamilton. There were strong contributions from nearly every member of Meg Lanning's...
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Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Ellyse Perry headline Australians picked in The Hundred

Six Australians will head to this year's Hundred tournament in England after being retained by their respective franchises. T20 World Cup-winning pair Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis are among the men that will play in the star-studded competition, while Australian women's stars Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy and Amanda-Jade Wellington will also feature.
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Nat Fyfe photo fuels rumour of Ellyse Perry romance

A photo of Nat Fyfe in the stands at Thursday night’s Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) game has sparked further rumours the AFL star is dating. Perry captained the.
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Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry withdraws from The Hundred for personal reasons

Perry, 30, was due to play for Birmingham Phoenix in the England and Wales Cricket Board's new 100-ball tournament. Beth Barrett-Wild, head of the women's competition, said: "We are obviously very disappointed that Ellyse Perry has had to withdraw from the Hundred due to personal circumstances, but we completely understand her decision and wish her all the best."
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The Hundred: Ellyse Perry pulls out for personal reasons

Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry has pulled out of the inaugural season of The Hundred for personal reasons. Perry, 30, is regarded as the world's best all-rounder, having won five World T20 titles and the 50-over World Cup with Australia. She was due to play for Birmingham Phoenix in the women's...
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Cricket legend Ellyse Perry faces greatest challenge in evolving game

It’s never a surprise seeing Ellyse Perry’s name on an Australian team sheet, such is her status as arguably the women’s game’s best all-rounder of the past decade. It is, however, remarkable to see her named in a side, then not bowl an over and bat down the order at No.6. In T20 cricket, such a position could easily mean a batter never makes it to the crease.
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Ellyse Perry primed for Australia return against New Zealand after year out from international cricket

Australia's Ellyse Perry says her year-long break from international cricket has given her the chance to improve her all-round game. Perry has not played for her country for 12 months due to a hamstring injury she sustained in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup but is ready to represent her country in the upcoming three-match T20 series against New Zealand, which starts on Sunday in Hamilton.
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Ellyse Perry: Australia all-rounder reflects on her sporting career in pictures

Ellyse Perry: Australia all-rounder reflects on her sporting career in pictures. After signing up to play for Birmingham Phoenix in The Hundred, Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry reflects on a sporting career which has seen her star in both football and cricket World Cups for her country. Speaking to BBC Sport,...
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The Hundred: Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry joins Birmingham Phoenix

Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry has joined Birmingham Phoenix for this summer's Hundred competition. The 30-year-old has won five Twenty20 World Cups and was named player of the decade by the International Cricket Council in December. New Zealand T20 captain - and the world's number one ranked batter - Sophie Devine,...
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The Hundred exclusive: Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry on why signing up was a no-brainer

Australia's Ellyse Perry firmly believes The Hundred could boost women's cricket in England the way the Big Bash League did six years ago. In confirming herself as the tournament's star signing on Thursday, her blockbuster billing added further proof that, for all the scepticism around the tournament's format, there can be no doubt that the major talents of women's cricket will all be in England this summer.