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WNCL 02/08 03:00 - Tasmania femminile vs South Australia femminile View
WNCL 02/16 23:30 - South Australia femminile vs Queensland Fire femminile View
WNCL 02/18 23:30 - South Australian Scorpions femminile vs Queensland Fire femminile View

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WNCL 02/05 23:30 - Tasmania femminile v South Australia femminile 246/4(49)-244/6(50)
WNCL 01/20 23:30 - South Australian Scorpions femminile v New South Wales femminile 271/4(47.1)-270/7(50)
WNCL 01/18 23:30 - South Australian Scorpions femminile v New South Wales femminile 280/4(49.3)-278/10(49.2)
WNCL 01/06 06:00 - Western Australia femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 291/9(50)-297/5(50)
WNCL 01/04 06:00 - Western Australia femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 231-231
WNCL 12/19 23:00 - ACT Meteors femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 230/8(50)-298/5(50)
WNCL 12/17 23:00 - ACT Meteors femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 224/10(44.2)-322/3(50)
WNCL 09/25 00:30 - South Australian Scorpions femminile v Victoria femminile 200/9(50)-118/5(23)
WNCL 09/23 00:30 - South Australian Scorpions femminile v Victoria femminile 268/7(49.3)-264/2(50)
WNCL 03/26 23:30 - Tasmanian Tigers femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 245/1(47.4)-242/8(50)
WNCL 03/20 23:00 - Victoria femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 139/10(43.3)-264/5(50)
WNCL 03/17 23:00 - ACT Meteors femminile v South Australian Scorpions femminile 282/8(50)-172/10(43)

The South Australia Women cricket team, also known as the Statewide Super South Australian Scorpions, is the women's representative cricket team for the Australian State of South Australia. They play their home games at Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide. They compete in the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL), the premier 50-over women's cricket tournament in Australia. They previously played in the now-defunct Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup and Australian Women's Cricket Championships.

History

1935–1996: Australian Women's Cricket Championships

South Australia's first recorded match was against Victoria in the Australian Women's Cricket Championships on 10 to 11 January 1935, which they lost by an innings and 184 runs. They continued to regularly play in the Championships until its final season in 1995–96. They won the title five times, making them the third most successful team after Victoria and New South Wales.

1996–present: Women's National Cricket League and Twenty20 Cup

South Australia joined the newly-established WNCL in 1996–97. They have won one title, in 2015–16. Their best finish in the Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup was third in 2010–11.