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Amanda Wellington


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She took a wicket with her very first ball in international cricket


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The youngest ever player to represent the Scorpions in a senior match, leg-spinner Amanda Wellington has had a bright start to her cricketing career.

With national experience in the indoor version of the game, Wellington was selected alongside Alex Price in the Australia A Women's squad for 2015-16.

Her selection came off the back of a fabulous season for the Scorpions in which she lead the way with the ball, finishing as leading wicket-taker in both the 50-over and T20 formats.

Across the two formats she claimed 25 wickets and providing a number of handy contributions with the bat.

Wellington made her international debut for Australia against South Africa in a one-day game in 2016.

On The Road: Reviewing Ash Gardner's debut

Rene Farrell is joined by Ash Gardner and Amanda Wellington to review the win over the White Ferns and discuss a chilly dip off the New Zealand coast

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Wellington prospering in Stars' spin partnership

Amanda-Jade Wellington discusses her partnership with fellow Southern Stars leggie Kristen Beams and says the side wants to put the first ODI loss behind them in Mt Maunganui

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Wellington takes four to restrict New Zealand

Young leg-spinner Amanda Wellington shines on her home ground, taking four wickets to rip through New Zealand's middle order in the third T20

Wellington puts England in a spin

Young leggie a key player in Australia's first ODI win despite seemingly unimpressive figures

All-round ability gives Wellington an edge

Young leggie's potential with the bat could give her an edge as she vies for a spot in Australia's Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes side

Young leggie eyeing Ashes recall

Amanda-Jade Wellington hopes to win back her spot in the Australian XI when the Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes begin next weekend