Gary Tredrea ( an Australian Rules footballer) is a brother
|Full name||Sharon Ann Tredrea|
|Born||30 June 1954 (age 63)
|Relations||Janette Tredrea (sister)|
|Test debut (cap 80)||2 March 1975 v New Zealand|
|Last Test||13 December 1984 v England|
|ODI debut (cap 10)||23 June 1973 v Young England|
|Last ODI||18 December 1988 v England|
Source: CricInfo, 17 April 2014
Sharon Ann Tredrea (born 30 June 1954 in Melbourne) is former Australian cricketer who played ten Women's Test matches and 31 Women's One Day Internationals including the 1973 Women's Cricket World Cup in England, 1978 Women's Cricket World Cup in India, and the 1988 Women's Cricket World Cup as vice-captain in her home country. In 1983, she was considered the fastest female bowler in the world. The best player for the Victorian Spirit is now awarded the Sharon Tredrea Award.
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- Sharon Tredrea at ESPNcricinfo
- Sharon Ann Tredrea at CricketArchive
- Sharon Tredrea at southernstars.org.au
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