|One Day Match||12/21 06:00||-||Western Australia Women vs Queensland Fire Women||View|
|One Day Match||12/23 06:00||-||Western Australia Women vs Queensland Fire Women||View|
|One Day Match||01/04 06:00||-||Western Australia Women vs South Australian Scorpions Women||View|
|One Day Match||01/06 06:00||-||Western Australia Women vs South Australian Scorpions Women||View|
|One Day Match||02/07 23:00||-||Victorian Spirit Women vs Western Australia Women||View|
|One Day Match||02/09 23:00||-||Victorian Spirit Women vs Western Australia Women||View|
|One Day Match||10/01 23:00||-||New South Wales Breakers Women v Western Australia Women||302/7(50)-244/10(48)|
|One Day Match||09/30 04:00||-||New South Wales Breakers Women v Western Australia Women||175/4(32.5)-213/10(31.5)|
|One Day Match||09/25 02:00||-||Western Australia Women v ACT Meteors Women||297/6(50)-180/10(43.3)|
|One Day Match||09/23 02:00||-||Western Australia Women v ACT Meteors Women||147/2(30.1)-143/10(39.4)|
|One Day Match||03/19 23:00||-||ACT Meteors Women v Western Fury Women||120/4(18.1)-117/10(37.4)|
|One Day Match||03/17 23:00||-||Queensland Fire Women v Western Fury Women||213/7(47.1)-208/7(50)|
|One Day Match||03/14 23:00||-||Queensland Fire Women v Western Fury Women||231/10(49)-162/10(39.3)|
|One Day Match||03/10 23:00||-||New South Wales Breakers Women v Western Fury Women||196/2(39.4)-195/9(50)|
|One Day Match||03/07 23:00||-||Victoria Women v Western Fury Women||CANC|
|One Day Match||03/05 23:00||-||Tasmanian Tigers Women v Western Fury Women||189/5(45)-188/6(50)|
|One Day Match||03/03 02:00||-||Western Australia Women v South Australian Scorpions Women||CANC|
|One Day Match||02/28 23:30||-||South Australian Scorpions Women v Western Fury Women||296/7(50)-210/10(46.1)|
The Western Australia Women cricket team, previously known as Western Fury, is the women's representative cricket team for the Australian State of Western Australia. They play their home games at WACA West Ground, Perth. 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.
Western Australia's first recorded match was a draw against England in a two-day tourist match from 24 to 26 November 1934.
Western Australia joined the Australian Women's Cricket Championships for the 1936–37 tournament. They continued to play in the Championships until its final season in 1995–96. Western Australia won the title on one occasion, in 1986–87.
Western Australia joined the newly-established WNCL in 1996–97. They have won the title once, in 2019–20. Their best finish in the Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup was runners-up in 2012–13, when they lost the final to New South Wales by 5 wickets.
On 29 July 2019, the Western Australian Cricket Association announced that the name of the team would change from Western Fury to simply Western Australia Women, alongside a similar change to the men's team which dropped its "Warriors" nickname.