Cricket Network brings the Women’s Ashes Test Match to the world

Day 3 of the first-ever Women’s cricket day-night test match saw Australia’s Ellyse Perry put on a batting masterclass as she amassed 213 runs not out, which included her first international match hundred. Fans around Australia and the world were able to watch this thanks to Cricket Australia’s Cricket Network live broadcast-quality streaming coverage of the match. The… Continue reading Cricket Network brings the Women’s Ashes Test Match to the world

ECB finds an Australian broadcaster for India’s tour of England

A few weeks ago we wrote about the lack of an Australian broadcaster for the 2014 English Summer of Cricket (Broadcast blackspot over Australia for England’s Summer of Cricket). We said that the ECB needed to make its product available to Australian audiences in non-Ashes yearsto ensure that the second or third biggest cricket market… Continue reading ECB finds an Australian broadcaster for India’s tour of England

Broadcast blackspot over Australia for England’s summer of cricket

Screenshot from Fox Sports' LIVE coverage of the WI v NZ Test Series

ESPNCricinfo’s live score service showed (at the time of writing) that England were 70/2 after 17.1 overs on the 1st day of the First Test Match against Sri Lanka at Lords. Unfortunately for cricket fans in Australia this is the only way to follow the English team this Australian winter, as the England and Wales… Continue reading Broadcast blackspot over Australia for England’s summer of cricket

Where to watch the Women’s Ashes!

The Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes Series started in Perth today. The unique series format sees the Southern Stars compete against the English women in one test match, three ODIs and three T20s, where each match is worth points (e.g. winning the Test Match is worth 6 points) and the team with the most points (ie.… Continue reading Where to watch the Women’s Ashes!