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Woolworths sign on to launch Cricket Blast

SACA’s entry-level cricket programs will now be known as Woolworths Cricket Blast, thanks to an exciting new partnership between Cricket Australia and the largest supermarket chain in Australia.


Four unmissable matches of BBL|08

Every game is important, but these four matches loom as the biggest blockbusters of KFC BBL|08 for Strikers fans next summer.


Strikers set for biggest bash yet

Reigning champions the Adelaide Strikers will play six games at Adelaide Oval in KFC BBL|08 in the League’s maiden full home and away season.


Wellington re-signs, WBBL fixture locked in

The Adelaide Strikers have re-signed Test bowler Amanda-Jade Wellington until the end of season 2020-21, alongside the announcement of the Strikers’ fixture for rebel WBBL|04.


Blast off for Strikers in the UK

Several Strikers will be on show in the 2018 Vitality Blast T20 competition which kicked off in the United Kingdom this week.


Stanlake sizzles for Australia

Strikers paceman Billy Stanlake has produced a stunning spell to lead Australia to a convincing nine-wicket victory in its T20I tri-series opener against Pakistan.


Changes flagged for BBL Finals

A full home-and-away season in BBL|08 could result in a more dramatic climax with a new-look finals schedule.


Bates becomes top T20I runscorer

Adelaide Strikers WBBL captain Suzie Bates has become the world’s top female T20I runscorer after another record-breaking innings for New Zealand.


Coyte returns to Adelaide

Former Australian bowler Sarah Coyte has returned to the Adelaide Strikers, signing on for two seasons.


Strikers to go toe-to-toe

Strikers coach Jason Gillespie will be plotting the downfall of many of his own when Australia’s one-day side plays a warm-up match against UK county club Sussex on Thursday.


County Championship for Bates, Edwards

Suzie Bates and Charlotte Edwards have featured in a successful Women’s County Championship campaign for Hampshire in the UK.