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Sarah Aley

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Medium

Did you know?

The Lendlease Breakers won 10 consecutive WNCL titles between 2005/06 and 2014/15. Aley played in nine of those premiership winning teams. 

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
32
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Sydney

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Bankstown Sports

Bio

One of the most experienced players in the NSW squad, Aley has become a key player for her state since debuting in 2005 and is one of the most successful players in the Australian domestic competition.

Aley has been part of nine WNCL championship winning sides, as well as NSW’s WT20 victories in 2012-13 and 2014-15.

She has also represented Australia A.

It hasn’t all been smooth sailing for Aley, who only played one game for her state in 2011-12 but fought her way back into the starting XI through sheer determination and hard work.


Highights: Sixers thrash the Renegades

Alyssa Healy smashed 84 from 56 balls to lead the Sixers to an emphatic 35 run win over the Renegades at North Sydney Oval.


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Aley skittles the Renegades top order

Sarah Aley continued her splendid form with the ball by slicing through the Renegades top order to finish with figures of 4-1-14-3 at North Sydney Oval


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Match Highlights: Sixers cement top spot

Ellyse Perry’s second half-century of the tournament has led the Sydney Sixers to a 16-run victory over the Hobart Hurricanes at North Sydney Oval


Match Recap: Sixers defeat Renegades

Sydney Sixers head into the semi-finals on a high after thrashing the Melbourne Renegades by 35 runs at North Sydney Oval.


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Match Recap: Sixers defeat Hurricanes

Ellyse Perry’s second half-century of the tournament has led the Sydney Sixers to a 16-run victory over the Hobart Hurricanes


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Match Recap: Sixers defeat Hurricanes

Medium pacer Sarah Aley picked up three crucial wickets to restrict the Hurricanes to 8-105 before Ellyse Perry guided the Sixers to a seven wicket win