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The extraordinary rise of Australian women’s cricket is documented in a new history that has been welcomed as a timely tribute by two of the games’ recent greats.
Clearing Boundaries, The Rise of Australian Women’s Cricket, produced by Churchill Press in partnership with the Bradman Museum, is the first ever coffee-table style book devoted to the women’s game and the most comprehensive history produced about it for almost 30 years.
Written by Fiona Bollen with Matt Bonser, it fills in the gaps for many who are following the women’s game today.
From the early trailblazers of the 19th Century to 21st Century household names like Meg Lanning, Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney and Ellyse Perry, Clearing Boundaries tracks the rise of women’s cricket in Australia to its current status, where the Australian team is dominating on the world stage.
Dream batting debuts, dynamic bowling efforts, tumbling records, spectacular catches…all are covered in the eye-catching imagery of Clearing Boundaries.
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