New South Wales Breakers

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New South Wales Breakers
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Captain: Australia Alex Blackwell
Founded: 1996
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.[1]

Current squad[edit]

Name Age Batting Style Bowling Style Nationality Shirt Notes
Sarah Aley 31 Right Hand Right Arm Medium Australia
Sarah Andrews 33 Right Hand Right Arm Fast Medium Australia Australian International, retired at the end of 2009–10 season
Alex Blackwell 31 Right Hand Right Arm Medium Australia Australian International
Nicola Carey 21 Left Hand Right Arm Medium Australia Australian U/21
Sarah Coyte 24 Right Hand Right Arm Medium Australia Australian U/21
Nicole Goodwin 30 Right Hand Left Arm Medium Australia
Corinne Hall 27 Right Hand Right Arm Off break Australia
Alyssa Healy 25 Right Hand Wicket keeper Australia Australian International
Sharon Millanta 35 Left Hand Right Arm Medium Australia
Erin Osborne 26 Right Hand Right Arm Off break Australia Australian International
Ellyse Perry 24 Right Hand Right Arm Fast Medium Australia Australian International
Leah Poulton 31 Right Hand Right Arm Leg Break Australia Australian International
Angela Reakes 24 Right Hand Right Arm Leg Break Australia Australian U/21
Lisa Sthalekar 35 Right Hand Right Arm Off break Australia Australian International

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