New South Wales Breakers
|Home ground:||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Bankstown Oval, Sydney
|Capacity:||46,000 (Sydney Cricket Ground)|
|Official website:||Official Site|
The New South Wales Breakers are the women's representative cricket team for New South Wales and they compete in the Women's National Cricket League. The Breakers are the league's most successful side, having won 13 out of the 15 seasons.
The Breakers have played 130 matches for 103 wins, 1 tie and 26 losses. They also finished runners-up in the 2009/10 and 2010/11 Domestic Twenty20 competitions.
They have been the winners of a record ten straight Women's National Cricket League titles from 2005/06 to 2014/15.
|Name||Age||Batting Style||Bowling Style||Nationality||Shirt||Notes|
|Sarah Aley||32||Right Hand||Right Arm Medium|
|Sarah Andrews||34||Right Hand||Right Arm Fast Medium||Australian International, retired at the end of 2009–10 season|
|Alex Blackwell||32||Right Hand||Right Arm Medium||Australian International|
|Nicola Carey||22||Left Hand||Right Arm Medium||Australian U/21|
|Sarah Coyte||25||Right Hand||Right Arm Medium||Australian U/21|
|Nicole Goodwin||31||Right Hand||Left Arm Medium|
|Corinne Hall||28||Right Hand||Right Arm Off break|
|Alyssa Healy||26||Right Hand||Wicket keeper||Australian International|
|Sharon Millanta||36||Left Hand||Right Arm Medium|
|Erin Osborne||27||Right Hand||Right Arm Off break||Australian International|
|Ellyse Perry||25||Right Hand||Right Arm Fast Medium||Australian International|
|Leah Poulton||32||Right Hand||Right Arm Leg Break||Australian International|
|Angela Reakes||25||Right Hand||Right Arm Leg Break||Australian U/21|
|Lisa Sthalekar||37||Right Hand||Right Arm Off break||Australian International|
- "NSW Breakers win 10th-successive women's Cricket League title against South Australia". ABC Radio Grandstand. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 26 January 2015. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
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