Annabel Sutherland (T20 cricket) was part of Australia’s squad that won the inaugural Commonwealth Games gold medal in Birmingham in 2022. The hard-hitting allrounder has gone from strength to strength since then, scoring her maiden Test century against England in June 2023 and her maiden one-day international century the following month against Ireland.
After being part of the under-15 and under-17 national teams, she came into international cricket early in January 2020 when she was named in the Australian squads for the Tri-Nations series and T20 World Cup, making her T20 international debut against England the following month. Annabel played a significant role in Australia’s win in the 2022 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand.
Annabel made her debut for the Melbourne Renegades when she was just 15, the youngest player in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) at the time. She is now part of the Melbourne Stars.
Annabel’s father James was chief executive of Cricket Australia from 2001 to 2018 and her brother Will is also a first-class cricketer. She is studying science at the University of Melbourne.
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