Duo were part of the national performance squad programme over the winter; Jess Jonassen misses out due to knee injury
Other major stars in the Supernovas and Trailblazers XIs include Ellyse Perry, Suzie Bates, Alyssa Healy, Danielle Wyatt and Megan Schutt
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Australia's home international schedule for 2018-19 includes maiden Tests at the Perth Stadium and Canberra's Manuka Oval, and an international debut for Gold Coast
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Meg Lanning, Australia women's captain, on her legacy, her mentor Alex Blackwell, and the World T20 in West Indies in November
Charlotte Edwards has achieved a huge amount in her career but she put regaining the Ashes as among her finest moments after England secured the multi-format series with a match to spare.
Sarah Taylor led England to a comfortable victory in the opening T20 of the Women's Ashes to extend England's overall lead in the series.
England took the lead in the women's Ashes series with an expertly paced run chase at Hove. Needing 204 in 36 overs after the match was reduced due to a wet outfield they eased home with 16 balls to spare
England Women have been forced into a change for their squad for the ODI series with Australia after Georgia Elwiss failed to recover from a stress reaction in her back.
Having been in danger of following-on two days ago, England were content to settle for two points for a draw in the Ashes Test after declining to make an attempt at a target of 249 in 45 overs at Wormsley
Heather Knight made her first Test century as England continued their dogged rearguard action well into the third day at Wormsley
Australia took firm control of the Ashes Test, reducing England to 159 for 6 on the second day, but Heather Knight kept the home side fighting and on track to avoid the follow-on
Sarah Elliott will sleep five runs short of an Ashes hundred after putting Australia in control on the opening day at Wormsley
Charlotte Edwards will lead England's quest to regain the Women's Ashes which begins with the sole Test match on Sunday.
The Women's Ashes has been revamped and from this summer will be contested over seven matches across all formats of the game.
Australia entered the Women's World Cup final with their fifth successive win in the tournament, completing a nine-wicket demolition of Sri Lanka with 27.4 overs to spare
Australia Women sealed their spot in the Super Six stage of the ICC Women's World Cup with a three-wicket win over South Africa in Cuttack on Sunday
Australia Women leveled the two-match Twenty20 series against New Zealand with a close, five-wicket win in Melbourne on Tuesday
New Zealand Women beat Australia Women by six wickets with two balls to spare in the first Twenty20 match of the series in Melbourne on Tuesday
Women's Test cricket returns in 2013 with England Women hosting Australia Women for the Ashes
Jodie Fields, Australia's captain, savoured her team's back-to-back Twenty20 titles after they beat England by four runs
Having breezed through the tournament until the final, England failed to produce their best in the field and crumbled chasing under pressure
Australia set up a clash with their Ashes rivals in the final of the Women's World T20 after a semi-final victory over West Indies
England made it three from three in the group stage of the Women's World T20 as Pakistan bowed out the tournament with a consolatory win over India
Australia Women cantered to their third straight win against Indian Women, at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, to complete a clean sweep in the three-match ODI series
They've been playing since 1866 and have beaten Bangladesh, Afghanistan and the UAE
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Schedule of upcoming international games
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