Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When did Erin Osborne make her international debut and how did she perform?
Erin Osborne made her international debut in February 2009 during the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand. She showcased her talent by scoring four not out and taking 1/19 from ten overs in her first match, proving to be a valuable asset to the Australian team right from the start.
What are some of Erin Osborne's notable performances in the domestic circuit before her international debut?
Before her international debut, Osborne had already made waves in the domestic circuit. Notably, she scored an unbeaten 106 for New South Wales in the Under-19 interstate competition in 2007. In her senior debut for New South Wales against Queensland in the WNCL, she took 2/13 from ten overs, contributing significantly to her team’s victory.
While Osborne played in only one match during the 2010 World Twenty20, her selection over Sarah Elliott provided Australia with an additional frontline bowling option. Her presence in the team added depth, contributing to Australia finishing the group stage unbeaten and eventually winning the tournament.