The summer of cricket is at the top of its run up, and it’s looking to come steaming again, with no shortage of fans no doubt also looking to that first ball of the day. But while you likely know how to catch the international test matches, what about the domestic leagues? If you’re looking to catch the action of the Women’s National Cricket League, find out all you need to know in this Canstar Blue guide.
How to watch the Women’s National Cricket League
The Women’s National Cricket League – the domestic 50-over competition – is available to stream via Kayo and Cricket Australia, with both live and on-demand coverage available.
Watch Women’s National Cricket League on Kayo
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Watch Women’s National Cricket League on Cricket Australia
Cricket Australia has live coverage of the Women’s National Cricket League, which is available through both its website and the app, in addition to highlights, live score updates and interviews.
When does the Women’s National Cricket League start?
The 2021-22 Women’s National Cricket League will start in December 2021, and run through to March 2022, depending on COVID protocols.
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