IT’S easy to come away from the inaugural Women’s Big Bash League singing its unequivocal praises.
It’s easy to think that its stellar launch will continue seamlessly into next year, and beyond.
It’s easy too to assume that its success was written in the stars, right from the outset. It won’t necessarily, and it wasn’t. But what a first season it was.
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“Who’s winning?” The cardinal sin of cricket spectating — asking who’s ahead. Ask the same question to 10 different punters and you’ll generally get 10 different answers. The same could apply to the question of which is better — English club cricket or Australian? National bias aside, it’s a difficult comparison, in both the men’s and women’s game.
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