The Australian women's cricket team toured England and Ireland in 2015. The matches against England were played for the Women's Ashes, which since 2013 consists of a multi-format series with points awarded for each of the matches. Two points are awarded for each Twenty20 International (T20I) or One Day International (ODI) win, and four points to the Test winner (compared with six in the previous series) or two points to each team in the event of a Test draw. The ODI matches were also part of the 2014–16 ICC Women's Championship.

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  • The Australian women's cricket team toured England and Ireland in 2015. The matches against England were played for the Women's Ashes, which since 2013 consists of a multi-format series with points awarded for each of the matches. Two points are awarded for each Twenty20 International (T20I) or One Day International (ODI) win, and four points to the Test winner (compared with six in the previous series) or two points to each team in the event of a Test draw. The Women's Ashes were held by England before the series but, after winning two ODIs, the Test match and the second T20I, Australia regained the Ashes on 28 August 2015 with one T20I match to play. It was also the first time Australia had won the Ashes in England since 2001, after a draw in 2009 and defeats in the 2005 and 2013 series. Australia won the ODI match series (2–1) and the sole Test match. England won the T20I match series (2–1). Overall Australia won the Ashes (10 points to 6). Australia's Ellyse Perry scored 264 runs, took 16 wickets and was named the player of the series. The ODI matches were also part of the 2014–16 ICC Women's Championship. Apart from their games in England, Australia also defeated Ireland 3-0 in a T20I series played in Dublin. (en)
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  • Ellyse Perry passed 1,000 runs in ODIs.
  • Grace Harris made her T20I debut.
  • No toss had been made or teams announced.
  • This is the re-scheduled 3rd ODI.
  • Kristen Beams, Nicole Bolton, Jess Jonassen and Georgia Elwiss made their Test debuts.
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  • Total Ashes points
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  • Rain stopped play on the morning session of day 3, with lunch taken early.
  • Due to rain the match was abandoned and moved to the reserve day.
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  • England won by 7 wickets
  • England won by 4 wickets
  • Australia won by 89 runs
  • England won by 5 wickets
  • Match abandoned
  • Australia won by 63 runs
  • Australia won by 161 runs
  • Australia won by 20 runs
  • Australia won by 25 runs
  • Australia won by 55 runs
  • Australia won by 99 runs
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  • Charlotte Edwards 58
  • Meg Lanning 104
  • Sarah Taylor 50
  • Meg Lanning 43
  • Cecelia Joyce 26
  • Ellyse Perry 30
  • Ellyse Perry 39
  • Ellyse Perry 78
  • Elyse Villani 80
  • Grace Harris 24
  • Isobel Joyce 24
  • Jess Cameron 21*
  • Kim Garth 30*
  • Lydia Greenway 26
  • Lydia Greenway 45
  • Meg Lanning 85
  • Natalie Sciver 47
  • Natalie Sciver 66
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  • Jess Jonassen 54
  • Jess Jonassen 99
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  • Georgia Elwiss 46
  • Katherine Brunt 39
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  • 76 (xsd:integer)
  • 87 (xsd:integer)
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  • Australian women's cricket team in Ireland in 2015
  • Australian women's cricket team in England and Ireland in 2015
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  • Cricket Ireland flag.svg
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  • Ireland
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  • Flag of Australia.svg
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  • Australia
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  • 2015-08-22 (xsd:date)
  • 2015-08-31 (xsd:date)
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  • Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • England won the toss and elected to field.
  • Ireland won the toss and elected to field.
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  • Rob Bailey and Richard Illingworth
  • Nick Cook and Peter Hartley
  • Azam Ali Baig and Clive Colloran
  • Azam Ali Baig and Gordon Black
  • Kevin Gallagher and Martin Block
  • Martin Saggers and Alex Wharf
  • Neil Mallender and Alex Wharf
  • Nick Cook and Martin Saggers
  • Steve O'Shaughnessy and Alex Wharf
  • Steve O'Shaughnessy and Martin Saggers
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  • Erin Osborne 2/22
  • Elena Tice 1/24
  • Anya Shrubsole 2/9
  • Anya Shrubsole 4/11
  • Elena Tice 2/35
  • Erin Osborne 3/39
  • Grace Harris 2/15
  • Jenny Gunn 2/52
  • Jess Jonassen 2/7
  • Jess Jonassen 2/8
  • Katherine Brunt 3/48
  • Kim Garth 3/17
  • Kristen Beams 3/13
  • Megan Schutt 4/47
  • Natalie Sciver 2/18
  • Natalie Sciver 2/27
  • Rene Farrell 2/14
  • Rene Farrell 3/17
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  • Anya Shrubsole 4/63
  • Katherine Brunt 2/41
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  • Ellyse Perry 6/32
  • Megan Schutt 4/26
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  • The Australian women's cricket team toured England and Ireland in 2015. The matches against England were played for the Women's Ashes, which since 2013 consists of a multi-format series with points awarded for each of the matches. Two points are awarded for each Twenty20 International (T20I) or One Day International (ODI) win, and four points to the Test winner (compared with six in the previous series) or two points to each team in the event of a Test draw. The ODI matches were also part of the 2014–16 ICC Women's Championship. (en)
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  • Australian women's cricket team in England and Ireland in 2015 (en)
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