Aussies ‘blow out the cobwebs’ with intense Mumbai session | India v Australia 2022-23

Aussies 'blow out the cobwebs' with intense mumbai session | india v australia 2022-23

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Australia’s new vice-captain Tahlia McGrath says the squad have hit the ground running in Mumbai ahead of a whirlwind T20 tour against India, with the WBBL the perfect launching pad as the national team builds towards the next T20 World Cup

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