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Women, Test stars big winners in Cricket Australia pay offer

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 21 March 2017 ()
The pay for Australia's top women cricketers will more than double and international male players will get a 30 per cent rise as part of a "landmark" deal Cricket Australia put to its players on Tuesday.
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