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Women's Ashes: England's Amy Jones out for a duck against Australia

BBC News Sunday, 7 July 2019
England opener Amy Jones is out for a three-ball duck as England lose an early wicket chasing 270 to beat Australia in the third ODI of the Women's Ashes at Canterbury.
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