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“Superb Australia to Continue Dominating in Women’s Cricket”, Says Sharelle McMahon

After a phenomenal performance by the Australian Women’s Cricket team against England, Victorian head of women’s cricket, Sharelle McMahon was all praises for the girls. The Australian girls completed a 3-0 series sweep against archrivals, England.

A dominating game by the Australian women’s cricket team, an 8 wicket win, concluded the ODI series against England. Sharelle McMahon applauded the performance and tagged the game ‘impressive’. She picked out the young players and praised them as well. Her comments stated that the Australian cricket future was bright with so many young players joining the main ranks.

The performances of Darcie Brown, Annabel Sutherland, and Alana King were also highlighted by the netballer. The captainship of Meg Lanning provides a wonderful environment for the other players to adapt to their own styles and play freely, McMahon further commented. The comadre between young and experienced players is especially beneficial for the team.

Netball legend, Sharelle McMahon, took up the role of the head of female cricket in August 2021 and has been a great influence on the players. Lastly, she added that a team of winners and champions finds it hard to accommodate young talent. However, Australia’s women’s team has been lucky to find some great players in the U21s.

Sharelle McMahon has been highly impressed by the attitude of the young girls. The change in body language and the results is for everyone to see. The Australian female cricket team came into this tournament with a great display against India as well. They won that tournament 2-0. Under the leadership of Sharelle McMahon, the team is still yet to reach its peak.

Tahlia McGrath wins the Peden-Archdale Medal for her amazing display

Tahlia McGrath won the best player of the series award after a stunning display in the tournament. McGrath took 3 crucial wickets in the final game of the tournament. Her amazing performance both with the bat and the ball is commendable.

The 26-year-old McGrath’s display in the first game, taking 3 wickets and notching up 75 runs is noteworthy. In her post-match interview, Tahlia commented that she is enjoying her game at the moment and also mentioned that her break after 2017 was a tough one to get back from. Tahlia was eccentric with her contributions to the first team.