The Women’s Premier League has come to a close, and while it didn't go as planned for the Gujarat Giants, it was still an exciting event to be a part of. Since the conclusion of the WPL, our players have been busy representing their respective countries in international matches.

Let's take a look at how they performed:

Laura Wolvaardt: Laura Wolvaardt, the South African captain, has been a force to be reckoned with in the shortest format of the game. In the T20I series against Sri Lanka Women, she made a stellar start with a magnificent century in the first match, helping her team reach a formidable total of 198 runs in 20 overs. Though she missed the second T20I, she bounced back in the third match with a brilliant knock of 56 runs. In her last 14 T20Is, Wolvaardt has scored an impressive 710 runs.

Ashleigh Gardner: Gardner had an outstanding series against Bangladesh. She emerged as the highest wicket-taker in the ODI series, claiming 8 wickets. Additionally, she contributed 52 runs with the bat across two innings. In the T20I series, she maintained a decent performance, taking 4 wickets in 3 matches at an average of 10.50.

Beth Mooney: Our skipper Beth Mooney, who had a remarkable season with the bat in the WPL, showcased her talent in the series against Bangladesh. While she didn't get many chances to bat in the ODI series, she managed to score 25 runs in the first match and remained unbeaten on 21 in the third match to guide her team to victory. Mooney truly shone in the first T20I, scoring a quickfire 55 runs off just 36 balls to help Australia Women chase down a target of 126.

Lea Tahuhu: Tahuhu has been performing well in the series against England Women. In the 4 T20Is she played, she took 3 wickets at an economical rate of 6 runs per over. In the ongoing ODI series, she has claimed 3 wickets in 2 matches.

Our players have shown their mettle on the international stage, and we look forward to their continued success in future series.