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

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!

Southern Stars now broadcasting on a TV near you!

Frost Global reported a few weeks ago on the lack of Australian TV coverage for the Women’s Ashes from England. In good news for Aussie fans, Fox Sports has announced that it will broadcast the remaining three T20 internationals to Australian audiences. In further good news, Channel 9 will broadcast the three corresponding T20s matches… Continue reading Southern Stars now broadcasting on a TV near you!

No Australian TV broadcaster (to date) for the Southern Stars’ Ashes campaign

As Nine Entertainment Co’s GEM and News Corp Australia’s Fox Sports each generate strong ratings for their coverage of the Ashes in England, the question is what level of media coverage will the Southern Stars receive in their upcoming Ashes battle against the old enemy? The Southern Stars are currently Australia’s most successful cricket team… Continue reading No Australian TV broadcaster (to date) for the Southern Stars’ Ashes campaign