Brittany Carter and Mary K deliver you your fix of women’s cricket, interviewing some of the biggest names in the game and analysing the game’s landscape.
The Big Dance
We couldn't have scripted it better! Australia and India in a T20 World Cup Final at the MCG... with a dash of Katy Perry.
86,174 people watching cricket on International Women's Day.
We take you out with a bang on our final podcast of the summer.
Here come the semis
India, England and South Africa are all through to the semi-finals. Just one more spot remains... Will it be Australia or New Zealand?
Amongst the analysis we chat with 'Tommy Tourist' aka Mignon du Preez and Ann Shannon from SEED about her work in sports mentoring and culture.
World Cup upsets
The top two T20I sides lose their opening matches in the World Cup and all of a sudden the trophy is anyone's for the taking.
Indian journalist Rica Roy is our special guest on the show and we find out why girl's cricket in Sydney's Northern Suburbs is so popular.
The countdown is on
How do all the jigsaw pieces fit together to make Matthew Mott's best T20 side?
Beth Mooney gives us some insight into the different tactics Australia has trialled leading into the World Cup.
Meanwhile on the domestic scene, we celebrate Western Australia's first WNCL title and say goodbye to one of the game's most loved characters - Rene Farrell.
It's not all about wickets and runs
Ahead of the WNCL final we chat plane rides and mindsets with Nicole Bolton.
Lots of analysis on the Tri-Series included too, with a focus on Australia's strengths and weaknesses heading into the World Cup.
Kickstarting the new year with some aptly named 20/20 cricket.
We hit matchwinners with NSW star Phoebe Litchfield before learning about Hollywood bowler's toe with Australian pacer Tayla Vlaeminck.