Jess Cameron has been a regular contributor for both Victoria and Australia for a number of years.
The top-order batsman has been a prolific run-scorer for Australia, especially from 2011 onwards.
Cameron started her ODI career with six consecutive double-figure scores, but it wasn’t until 2010 that she posted her first half-century – 68 against NZ.
The 2011 quad-series saw her hit 79 against the Kiwis and 75 against the English.
Cameron missed out on her first ODI ton when she reached 90* off 87 deliveries against India, and followed it up with another 50+ score against New Zealand.
She added a fourth half-century against NZ – this time 82 – before capping off the tour of England with knocks of 75 and 81.
Her average is slightly under 40, but looks set to rise if she can keep her red-hot form alive.
The 24 year old has featured in two Tests against England, scoring 30, 50 and 24.
Cameron has been influential in T20’s, scoring 59 against NZ, before reaching 67 and 68* in consecutive matches against India. She has also reached 40 a further four times.
A fantastic tour of England capped off a dream 12 months for Cameron, who became the first player in history to win Player of the Final honours in both the one-day and T20 World Cups.
You can follow Jess on Twitter @Jess_Cameron27