The Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes Series will see Australia and England battle it out for Ashes glory and the pride of their nation. 
You don't want to miss this!

Australia is the current holder of the Women’s Ashes, having reclaimed the trophy in 2015 for the first time on English soil since 2001.

How does the Women's Ashes work?
The team that accumulates the most points across the series will be crowned the winner, with two points awarded for a One-Day International or T20 INTL win and four points for victory in the historic Day-Night Test match.

A great day out for family and friends!
Get your family and friends together to cheer on the Australian Women's Cricket Team and enjoy the great Ashes atmosphere in Brisbane, Coffs Harbour, Sydney and Canberra where you can get closer to elite cricket action in a relaxing environment.


Adults $10* Concession $5* Kids Free^

*At match purchase price. Per transaction agency service/delivery fee from $2.95 applies to other purchases. ^Kids under 15 as at match date will need a valid match ticket. Book free kids’ tickets with yours.




  • One-Day Internationals

    • Sunday 22 October

      Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 9:15am

    • Thursday 26 October

      Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour, 2:40pm

    • Sunday 29 October

      Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour, 10:15am
  • Historic Day-Night Test Match

    • Thursday 9 - Sunday 12 November

      North Sydney Oval, Sydney (Day-Night), 2:30pm
  • T20 INTL's

    • Friday 17 November

      North Sydney Oval, Sydney, 7:10pm

    • Sunday 19 November

      Manuka Oval, Canberra, 2:35pm

    • Tuesday 21 November

      Manuka Oval, Canberra, 7:10pm


Supporting the community

Each match will support a nominated charity or local cricket community, with $2 from every adult and concession ticket sold for the 2017-18 Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes matches being donated.


Why should you come and watch the CommBank Women's Ashes?

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