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|Born||March 30, 1991|
|Camden, New South Wales|
|Age||29 years 180 days|
|Teams||Australia, Australia Women, Adelaide Strikers Women, Sydney Sixers Women|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm medium|
Sarah also plays for the New South Wales Women, having represented the Australia Under 21s. With the national selectors looking for some fresh legs, Sarah made her international debut for Australia in the T20 format against New Zealand in 2010. She did extremely well in her first match and was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 18/2 in 4 overs apart from scoring an unbeaten 17-ball 14 to guide her side home in the last over.
This forced the selectors to give her a good run and she was selected for the subsequent ODI series against England at home in January 2011 and also travelled to England to represent the country later that year.
Having picked up 20 wickets in her first 12 ODIs, she was given a ticket to travel to India for the 2013 World Cup. However, she did not to all that well and ended up with 6 wickets in 6 games.
She was a regular for Australia in the shortest format of the game. At the 2014 T20 WC, she topped the bowling charts for Australia with 9 wickets and eventually helped them win the final with a sensational bowling performance accounting for three England batters having conceded just 16 in her 4 overs. This also won her the Player of the Match award.
Having made her Test debut against England in the 2010-11 Ashes series, she has been a regular with Australia's side for the longest format. However, she has not managed to inspire her side to victories as Australia lost the Only Tests in both the 2013 and 2013-14 Ashes series.
With age on her side, and with all-round abilities, Sarah has bright future with the Australia Women.
M S Ramakrishnan