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Perry obliterates England as Australia bowl England out for a dire 75

The Age Sunday, 7 July 2019
Ellyse Perry has left England's Ashes hopes in tatters as Australia thrash England by 194 runs.
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Perry obliterates England as Australia bowl hosts out for a dire 75

Ellyse Perry has left England's Ashes hopes in tatters as Australia win by 194 runs.
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