Legend Lanning retires
Australian cricket captain Meg Lanning has decided to hang up her international cricket boots, marking the end of a stellar career. Since her 2010 debut, Lanning has worn the green and gold 241 times and captained Australia in 182 matches. She played a hand in Australia bagging 4 T20 World Cups, a one-day World Cup, and the inaugural Commonwealth Games gold medal in 2022. There’s a reason why our women’s cricket team is considered one of the most successful in all of sports – and it happened on Lanning’s watch… Yesterday, she chucked a Barty, saying she didn’t have enough in the tank to continue at the top level. “I gave everything I had to try to do as well as I could,” she said. Speaking of Aussie sporting legends, Laura Enever has broken the women’s world record for surfing the biggest-ever paddle-in wave. At 13.3m, you wouldn’t want to be dumped…
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