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Ashleigh Gardner

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

Did you know?

She was the first woman to be named Lord’s Taverners Indigenous Player of the Year

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

AGE
19
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Bankstown

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Muruwari-Bankstown Sports

Bio

Emerging batter Ashleigh Gardner was named the Lord’s Taverners Indigenous Player of the Year in early 2015, becoming the first women to win this award.

Gardner headed all comers to top the runs tally at Cricket Australia’s Under-18 Championships in January 2015 with 199 runs to lead New South Wales to the title and claim Player of the Championships.

To add to her growing list of titles, she also won Player of the Tournament at Imparja Cup 2015.

She subsequently travelled to Dubai with the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars to take on England Academy.

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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Ash Gardner receives Stars ODI cap No.134

Ash Gardner was presented her maiden cap by Rachael Haynes ahead of the Southern Stars' must-win second ODI against New Zealand


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Gardner claims first-ever T20I wicket

Southern Stars allrounder Ashleigh Gardner took the wicket of Amy Satterthwaite in Geelong to kick-start her T20I bowling career


Gardner ready to step up despite nerves

Australia squad assembles in Melbourne ahead of three-match T20 showdown with New Zealand


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Gardner's perfect preparation at NICC

Allrounder Ashleigh Gardner is preparing for Australian duties in style at the National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs


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Indigenous teenager set for historic first

After a standout WBBL campaign, the allrounder could become the first indigenous woman to play for Australia since 1958