Originally from Bowral, this talented individual earned her place on the Australia A Women’s tour to Dubai in 2015, displaying her remarkable cricketing potential. Notably, she made history by becoming the youngest woman ever to be selected for the New South Wales (NSW) squad.
Her versatile abilities have often drawn comparisons to the Australian cricket star Ellyse Perry, particularly for her proficiency in multiple sports. She not only excels in outdoor cricket but also in indoor cricket, along with her remarkable contributions in representative netball.
In 2016, at just 17 years old, she made her international debut, earning a spot in Australia’s squad for the World T20. Her One Day International (ODI) debut came a year later against New Zealand.
In the 2018/19 season, her performance was instrumental in the success of the Breakers, as they secured qualification for the WNCL Final and clinched the championship. She delivered back-to-back Player of the Match performances in the final rounds of that season, contributing significantly to the Breakers’ remarkable 20th WNCL Final victory. Her dedication and skill have made her a notable asset to the world of cricket.