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Beth Mooney

Wicketkeeper

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Wicketkeeper

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
22
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Hervey Bay

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

QLD

QLD
LOCAL CLUB

Hervey Bay

Bio

As the back-up keeper to Alyssa Healy in the Southern Stars squad, Beth Mooney is likely to play for Australia one day. 

After announcing herself with a dream 2012-13, the 18 year old is firmly in line for national selection, if her form at the top of the order is anything to go by.

The gun batsman hit a whopping 306 runs in one season in the WNCL; while her T20 form has also been solid and when given an opportunity with the Australia A side, she hit a majestic 107 against New Zealand A.

She has joined the Brisbane Heat for WBBL|01 and fans will be eager to see if Mooney can produce more of her entertaining batting in the teal.

Is this the next great commentary team?

The Southern Stars take to the commentary box to talk batting battles, coriander, uniform issues and occasionally about what's happening on the field!


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Stars shine on the Sunshine Coast

The Southern Stars enjoyed a strong hit out during their camp on the Sunshine Coast, before four players head to the the UK super league


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Bench Banter: The World T20 final preview

Southern Stars fast bowler Rene Farrell interviews her teammates in Kolkata ahead of the World T20 final against the West Indies


Blackwell ready to share expertise in UK

Four Southern Stars will fly out to the UK today for the first England Women's Super League


Mooney looks to England for new tricks

Southern Stars batter hopes to benefit from an extended stint in Yorkshire with a busy summer ahead


Aussies set for Super League series

Seven of Australia's best have been selected for the inaugural women's Super League T20 competition in England this winter