Tayla Vlaeminck beats injury to make Australian women’s Ashes squad

  • Four other players in line to make Test debut
  • 14-woman squad announced for title defence

Tayla Vlaeminck headlines a list of five Australians in with a shot at a Test debut after selectors announced their squad for next month’s women’s Ashes. Coach Matthew Mott on Tuesday unveiled the 14-woman touring party set to defend the title, with Meg Lanning expected to captain the side.

Vlaeminck has been named after recovering from a partial anterior cruciate ligament tear, with the 20-year-old speedster having impressed in an Australian camp last month. The talented youngster is yet to tour England in an Ashes series, along with fellow squad members Nicola Carey, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Wareham and Ashleigh Gardner.

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