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Amanda Wellington

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

Did you know?

She is the youngest player ever to represent the Scorpions

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

AGE
20
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

SA

SA
LOCAL CLUB

Port Adelaide

Bio

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 New Zealand 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


Aussies' new spin on World Cup defence

The defending champions' change of pace looks here to stay after their spinners helped them to a third-straight win


Aussies make two changes for NZ clash

New Zealand win the toss and elect to bat first against the defending Women's World Cup champions


Uncapped quicks in World Cup squad

Fast bowlers Sarah Aley and Belinda Vakarewa named in Australia Women's World Cup squad