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Georgia Redmayne

Wicketkeeper

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls

Did you know?

As a junior she was coached by Stan Gilchrist, father of Australian legend Adam Gilchrist

Wicketkeeper

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls

AGE
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

08/12/1993

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Sydney University / Lindisfarne Cricket Club

Bio

NSW's North Coast has produced a number of state representatives over the years, and Georgia Redmayne is the latest in that production line. 

Redmayne represented NSW for several years in youth cricket before moving to Sydney to pursue her playing career and university studies. 

Playing for University as an opening-batter and wicketkeeper, Redmayne enjoyed several productive seasons in the Sydney Women's First Grade competition before earning a place in the NSW Breakers squad. 

She made her WNCL debut in the 2014/15 WNCL Final. 

Away from cricket, Redmayne is studying medicine and has spent most of this year working in Coffs Harbour.

Redmayne now plays for the Tasmania Roar and is looking for another productive season in the WNCL.

 

Redmayne takes tricky tumbling catch

When the Hurricanes were desperate to take wickets and pile the pressure on the Renegades, Redmayne answered the call - in a fashion


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Redmayne's acrobatic one-handed catch

Wicketkeeper Georgia Redmayne took a stunning one-handed catch down the leg-side to give the Hobart Hurricanes an ideal start against the Thunder.


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Match Highlights: Clinical 'Canes crush Heat

Hobart Hurricanes cemented second spot on the WBBL|02 ladder with a commanding eight-wicket victory thanks to a five wicket haul from Hayley Matthews


Rising Redmayne right on time

A rising young 'keeper who juggles cricket with a medical degree, Georgia Redmayne's story is a very impressive one


Redmayne re-signs with 'Canes

Talented wicketkeeper-batter the latest to jump on the 'Cane train for WBBL|03


Doolan, Redmayne take top Tas awards

Alex Doolan claims the Ricky Ponting medal, while a move interstate pays off for Georgia Redmayne