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Alyssa Healy uses Covid downtime to break down barriers for women’s cricket – The Guardian

The Australia batter has kept busy by addressing the growth in demand for women-specific cricket equipment

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When Alyssa Healy last played a game of cricket it was in front of 86,174 people, with millions more tuning in around the world. As she smashed 75 from 39 balls to the roar of the crowd and the team danced the night away with Katy Perry, it felt like a turning point.
And then, of course, everything changed. Cricket in Australia was one of the less affected sports, but the national womens team had a tour of South Africa postponed and players who were scheduled to take part in The Hundred found t…

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