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|Aus Women||47||10||1||lost||v Eng Women||Brisbane||28 Dec 1934||Women's Test # 1|
|NZ Women||44||10||1||lost||v Eng Women||Christchurch||16 Feb 1935||Women's Test # 4|
|Eng Women||72||10||2||lost||v Aus Women||Adelaide||15 Jan 1949||Women's Test # 9|
|Aus Women||38||10||1||drawn||v Eng Women||Melbourne||21 Feb 1958||Women's Test # 22|
|Eng Women||35||10||2||drawn||v Aus Women||Melbourne||21 Feb 1958||Women's Test # 22|
|Neth Women||50||10||4||lost||v SA Women||Rotterdam||28 Jul 2007||Women's Test # 130|
Records include the following recent matches:
England Women v Australia Women at Wormsley, Only Test, Aug 11-14, 2013 [Women Test # 134]
Australia Women v England Women at Sydney, Only Test, Jan 22-25, 2011 [Women Test # 133]
England Women v Australia Women at Worcester, Only Test, Jul 10-13, 2009 [Women Test # 132]
Did you know?
There has been only one instance of two hundreds being hit by batsmen batting at No. 8 or lower, in the same innings in Tests. This happened in an Ashes-Test, in 1903, when Roger Hartigan, Australia's No. 8, and Clem Hill, the No. 9 batsman, both hit centuries in Australia's second innings. Their 243-partneship in this innings is the sixth-highest partnership in Tests for the eighth wicket.
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