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Nicole Bolton

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

Did you know?

Bolton’s 124 against England is the highest score by an Australian woman on debut.

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
28
HEIGHT
159CM
BORN

Subiaco

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Subiaco Floreat

Bio

Nicole Bolton announced herself on the international cricket scene in the summer of 2013-14, scoring a century in her one-day international debut against England at the MCG.

Capable of batting for long periods of time, Bolton provides the perfect compliment to Australia's big-hitting top order. 

Before her international selection, the left-handed batsman was one of the most consistent performers on the domestic scene with more than 1000 career runs to her name.

Bolton moved from the Alcohol.Think Again Western Fury to the Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit for the 2014-15 season, but has made the move back west for 2015-16, where she will skipper the Fury in the WNCL and the Perth Scorchers in the WBBL. 

Highlights: 'Gades triumph over Scorchers

Grace Harris went berserk smashing 39 from 17 balls to lead the Melbourne Renegades to victory over the Perth Scorchers at Camberwell


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Nicole Bolton takes a blinder

The Scorchers had already dropped three catches in the field but Nicole Bolton changed their fortunes by taking an absolute screamer in the outfield


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Bolton and Graham guide the Scorchers home

Nicole Bolton and Heather Graham put on an unbeaten partnership of 44 to guide the Scorchers to a six wicket win at the Adelaide Oval


Stars closer to finding 'perfect game': Bolton

Australia will push for a clean sweep against the Proteas when they hit Coffs Harbour for the final two ODIs, says Bolton


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Wounded Stars walk away winners

Two dislocated fingers and a dramatic collision couldn't ruin Australia's day at North Sydney Oval


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Bolton, Lanning lead Stars to series win

Lizelle Lee smashed a terrific ton for the Proteas but it wasn't enough as Australia cruised to a series-clinching win