CAPTAINS FILE: FROM PEDEN TO HAYNES Australia's Women Test Captains
From the very first Ashes Test in 1934 to the present day, an in depth look at the 19 Australian women who have captained Australia’s Test cricket team.
From the first captain, Margaret Peden, who created a team out of nothing, to the inimitable Mollie Dive who won the Ashes for the first time, to Miriam Knee's missing Test match against Jamaica. Jill Kennare's pioneering tour to India, Anne Gordon's tour to the West Indies.
These leaders molded their teams in their own way, shaping Australian cricket for the future, each an outstanding leader in her own right. To understand Australian cricket, the best view is from the captains, through their eyes, leading from the front. This is their story. Coming September 2018 » More info
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