Trisha Chetty, a consistent presence in South Africa’s batting lineup across all formats, made her international debut in January 2007. As the team’s wicketkeeper, she has been a valuable asset to the side.
One of her standout moments came in 2010 when she, alongside Shandre Fritz, crafted an astonishing 170-run partnership during a T20I match against the Netherlands. This partnership holds the distinction of being the highest ever recorded by South African women in T20I cricket.
Chetty’s dedication and performance have earned her a place in South Africa’s squad for five ICC Women’s Twenty20 tournaments. While she was unable to participate in the 2018 edition due to an injury, she continued to be a significant contributor to the team’s success. Her inclusion in the national squad for the 2020 edition underscored her enduring value to the team.