Consistently ranked as the world’s best batter in T20 internationals over the past two years, Beth Mooney’s performances at the top of the order have guided Australia to World Cup wins as well as Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) titles with the Brisbane Heat and Perth Scorchers.
Beth enjoyed tennis, soccer and Australian football as a child but just before turning eight she filled in for her brother’s cricket team. After her family moved to Queensland, she was identified as a wicketkeeping prospect at the local zone trials and progressed through the various representative teams over the next few years.
Mooney made her debut for the Queensland Fire four days after turning 16 in 2009/10 but didn’t make her international debut until January 2016. In 2017, she made her maiden centuries in a one-day international against New Zealand and a T20 against England and has been a mainstay of the team ever since.
Mooney took the Brisbane Heat to back-to-back WBBL titles in 2018 and 2019, winning the Player of the Match in both finals, before moving to Perth. She was then the leading run scorer in consecutive seasons, helping the Scorchers win their first title in 2021/22. She is also the first player to score 3000 runs in the WBBL.
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