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Cricket WAGs Candice Warner and Emma Lyon look stylish while cheering husbands David and Nathan

Candice Warner and Emma Lyon made a style statement at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday as as they celebrated their husbands’ 2022/2023 Test series victory against South Africa.

he pair, who are considered the ‘queen bees’ of Australia’s cricket WAGs, looked as glamorous as ever in stylish pantsuits and designer handbags.

Leading the charge was opening batsman David Warner’s wife Candice, 37, who sported a cream blazer, matching palazzo trousers and a white singlet.

Candice Warner (right) and Emma Lyon (left) made a style statement at the SGC on Sunday as they celebrated their husbands’ Test series victory against South Africa 

The Ironwoman added height to her statuesque frame with pointed-toe pumps and accessorised with a simple gold necklace, a white tote bag and a pair of cat-eye sunglasses.

Candice was joined by her daughters Ivy Mae, eight, Indi Rae, seven, and Isla Rose, three, as she celebrated with her husband on the cricket green. 

Nathan Lyon’s new wife Emma, 31, also dressed to impress in a grey blazer and matching flared pants.

Leading the charge was opening batsman David Warner's wife Candice, 37, who sported a cream blazer, matching palazzo trousers and a white singlet

Leading the charge was opening batsman David Warner’s wife Candice, 37, who sported a cream blazer, matching palazzo trousers and a white singlet 

The Ironwoman added height to her statuesque frame with pointy pumps and accessorised her look with a simple gold necklace, a white tote bag and a pair of stylish cat-eye sunglasses

The Ironwoman added height to her statuesque frame with pointed-toe pumps and accessorised with a gold necklace, a white tote bag and a pair of stylish cat-eye sunglasses

Candice was joined by her daughters Ivy Mae, eight, Indi Rae, seven, and Isla Rose, three, as she celebrated with her husband on the cricket green

Candice was joined by her daughters Ivy Mae, eight, Indi Rae, seven, and Isla Rose, three, as she celebrated with her husband on the cricket green

Candice was all smiles as she socialised with the cricketers and other WAGs

Candice was all smiles as she socialised with the cricketers and other WAGs 

She opted for comfort over glamour by wearing sneakers instead of heels, and completed her look with a $3,000 monogrammed handbag and edgy sunglasses. 

Emma and Candice were seen strutting through the sports ground and onto the green alongside other WAGs, including Steve Smith’s wife Dani Willis. 

Dani showcased her fit physique in a plunging floral mini dress with long, blouson-style sleeves.

Candice (pictured) and Emma, who are considered the 'queen bees' of Australia's cricket WAGs, looked as glamorous as ever in stylish pantsuits and designer handbags

Emma crossed her arms as she mingled with the other players and families

Candice (left) and Emma (right), who are considered the ‘queen bees’ of Australia’s cricket WAGs, looked as glamorous as ever in stylish pantsuits and designer handbags

Nathan Lyon's wife Emma, 31, dressed to impress in a grey blazer and matching palazzo pants

Nathan Lyon’s wife Emma, 31, dressed to impress in a grey blazer and matching palazzo pants

She opted for comfort over glamour by wearing sneakers instead of heels, and completed her look with a $3,000 monogrammed handbag and edgy sunglasses

She opted for comfort over glamour by wearing sneakers instead of heels, and completed her look with a $3,000 monogrammed handbag and edgy sunglasses

She wore her long blonde locks out and completed her ensemble with sunglasses and a satchel handbag.  

WAG Becky Boston was also among the fray with her cricket captain husband Pat Cummins and their one-year-old son Albie. 

The brunette beamed with pride as she carried Albie around and cheered on Pat following his team’s big win.

Steve Smith's wife Dani Willis (pictured) showcased her fit physique in a plunging floral mini dress with long, blouson-style sleeves

Steve Smith’s wife Dani Willis (pictured) showcased her fit physique in a plunging floral mini dress with long, blouson-style sleeves 

She rounded out her ensemble with sunglasses and a satchel handbag

She rounded out her ensemble with sunglasses and a satchel handbag

The former lawyer accessorised with stud earrings and several expensive-looking rings

Dani beamed and played with her rings as she joined the celebrations

The former lawyer accessorised with stud earrings and several expensive-looking rings

WAG Becky Boston (pictured) was also among the fray with her cricket captain husband Pat Cummins and their one-year-old son Albie

WAG Becky Boston (pictured) was also among the fray with her cricket captain husband Pat Cummins and their one-year-old son Albie 

Rachel Khawaja was also seen celebrating with her husband Usman Khawaja and their daughters Aisha and Ayla.

The third Test against South Africa ended in a draw on Sunday. 

Bowled out for 255 in their first innings and asked to follow on, South Africa survived 41.5 overs to be 2-106 when the game was called with 5.1 overs left.

The result left Australia as series 2-0 victors, but without guaranteed qualification in the World Test Championship final ahead of next month’s tour of India.

There, they will need to win or draw one of the four Tests in order to reach the final, or hope New Zealand do not lose both their home Tests against Sri Lanka in March.

The brunette beamed with pride as she carried Albie around and cheered on Pat

The brunette beamed with pride as she carried Albie around and cheered on Pat

Pat was also seen carrying his young son through the crowd

Pat was also seen carrying his young son through the crowd 

Rachel Khawaja (left) was also spotted celebrating with her husband Usman Khawaja (right) and their daughters Aisha and Ayla

Rachel Khawaja (left) was also spotted celebrating with her husband Usman Khawaja (right) and their daughters Aisha and Ayla 

Dani wrapped an arm around one of Usman's family members, who appeared to be helping the  Khawajas take care of their newborn daughter Ayla

Dani wrapped an arm around one of Usman’s family members, who appeared to be helping the  Khawajas take care of their newborn daughter Ayla

The third Test against South Africa ended in a draw on Sunday

Bowled out for 255 in their first innings and asked to follow on, South Africa survived 41.5 overs to be 2-106 when the game was called with 5.1 overs left

The third Test against South Africa ended in a draw on Sunday. Bowled out for 255 in their first innings and asked to follow on, South Africa survived 41.5 overs to be 2-106 when the game was called with 5.1 overs left

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