The Afghan cricketers say the International Cricket Council has not contacted them since they fled the country 18 months ago.
Most of the team members obtained emergency visas for Australia after the Taliban takeover in August 2021.
The Taliban banned women from universities, parks and sports.
“Women have been playing cricket in Afghanistan since 2010, why hasn’t the ICC sent anyone to watch us?” said Firooza Afghan.
The players declared the decision of Cricket Australia withdraw from a men’s one day series against Afghanistan in March due to Taliban restrictions on women and girls could have a positive impact.
“For the first time, the men’s games have been canceled and they can feel what we feel,” teammate Nazifa Amiri told Australian broadcaster ABC.
“When the world sees that a country like Australia doesn’t want to play against Afghanistan, that makes a difference.”
Friba Hotack, who fled to Pakistan when the Taliban were looking for members of the Afghanistan Women’s Cricket Teamsaid: “Because my life was in danger, I separated from my family. I was scared, I was very scared.
“Our dreams have been shattered since the day the Taliban came. Everything – bats, cricket equipment, we burned everything out of fear.
“The day we arrived in Australia those dreams came alive. We started wanting to play again. We wanted to have a team here, to play cricket here.”
Women’s cricket had faced continuous challenges in Afghanistan even before the Taliban took over the country in 2021.
The team has sometimes been barred from participating in international tournaments by the Afghanistan Cricket Board [ACB]who cited “Taliban threats”.
The growth of cricket in the country helped Afghanistan become a full member of the ICC in 2017, which came with the requirement to have a women’s national team, albeit only in November 2020 that 25 female cricketers have been granted central contracts.
It turned out to be a false dawn, with the Taliban taking over and raiding the homes of female athletes.
“[We] need the support of ACB, and also of the ICC,” Bibi Khadija added in an interview with ABC.
“In Afghanistan, we were the national team players, but after the Taliban came, we couldn’t play. But here [in Australia] we want to make our team.
“It is our great ambition to play cricket for our country.”
The BBC has contacted the ICC for comment.