The Ashes is a Test cricket series, held between England and Australia. The term was coined by the British newspaper, 'The Sporting Times', in the year 1882, when Australia beat England on the English soil. The trophy is currently held by England after winning three of the five Tests in the 2015 Ashes series. The place of the most successful team is tied with a 32-game win for both Australia and England. After England had its victorious win of two Tests out of three on tour, Ivo Bligh (the captain of the English team) was given a small urn by a group of women of Melbourne. One of those women was Florence Morphy who was later betrothed to Bligh. The ashes present in the urn are considered as the ashes of a wooden bail and are often humorously referred as the "ashes of Australian cricket". The record of the highest scores in the Ashes series is still under the name of Sir Donald Bradman (5,028) whereas another Australian cricketer Shane Warne holds the record for most number of wickets (195).