Meg Lanning will lead the Australian squad that also features Kim Garth, Ellyse Perry, Annabel Sutherland and Georgia Wareham.
Australia will play one Test match, three T20 Internationals and three One-Day Internationals in the multi-format series from mid-June to mid-July.
Tayla Vlaeminck continues with her rehabilitation from a significant foot injury and has been selected in the Australia A squad alongside Nicole Faltum and Tess Flintoff.
The Australia A squad, which includes a mix of senior and developing young players, will play three T20s and three 50-over fixtures which run concurrently to the Ashes.
In addition, Australia and England will each play a three-day warm-up match against England A and Australia A respectively, in preparation for the Test match which begins on June 22 at Trent Bridge.
Meg Lanning (VIC/Box Hill CC) – captain
Darcie Brown (SA/Northern Districts CC)
Ashleigh Gardner (NSW/Bankstown CC)
Kim Garth (VIC/Dandenong CC)
Grace Harris (QLD/Western Suburbs CC)
Alyssa Healy (NSW/Sydney CC)
Jess Jonassen (QLD/Valley Districts CC)
Alana King (WA/Midland Guildford CC)
Phoebe Litchfield (NSW/Penrith CC)
Tahlia McGrath (SA/Glenelg CC)
Beth Mooney (WA/Sandgate-Redcliffe CC)
Ellyse Perry (VIC/Dandenong CC)
Megan Schutt (SA/Sturt CC)
Annabel Sutherland (VIC/Prahran CC)
Georgia Wareham (VIC/Essendon Maribyrnong Park CC)
Australia A Squad
Maitlan Brown (NSW/Sydney CC)
Lauren Cheatle (NSW/Campbelltown Camden District CC)
Maddy Darke (WA/Subiaco-Floreat CC)
Nicole Faltum (VIC/Dandenong CC)
Tess Flintoff (VIC/Ringwood CC)
Heather Graham (TAS/Clarence District CC)
Charli Knott (QLD/University of Queensland CC)
Kate Peterson (SA/Glenelg CC)
Courtney Sippel (QLD/Gold Coast District CC)
Tayla Vlaeminck (VIC/Plenty Valley CC)
Courtney Webb (SA/Glenelg CC)
Amanda-Jade Wellington (SA/West Torrens CC)
Tahlia Wilson (NSW/St George-Sutherland CC)
CA’s Head of Performance (Women’s Cricket) and National Selector, Shawn Flegler was pleased to be able have Vlaeminck back in the national set up.
“Tayla Vlaeminck is progressing in her rehabilitation and is working back towards full bowling fitness; she is a highly regarded talent and is certainly part of our plans moving forward.”
CommBank Women’s Ashes Tour of the UK 2023
Jun 15-17: Three-day warm-up match vs. England A | TBC
Jun 22-26: Test match | Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Jul 1: First T20I | Edgbaston, Birmingham
Jul 5: Second T20I | The Oval, London
Jul 8: Third T20I | Lord’s, London
Jul 12: First ODI | County Ground, Bristol
Jul 16: Second ODI | The Rose Bowl, Southampton
Jul 18: Third ODI | County Ground, Taunton
Australia A v England A*
Jun 15-17: Three-day warm-up match vs. England
Jun 21: First T20
Jun 23: Second T20
Jun 25: Third T20
Jun 28: First 50-over
Jun 30: Second 50-over
Jul 2: Third 50-over
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