Sophie Molineux


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin








Regarded as the next big thing in Victorian cricket, Sophie Molineux has enjoyed an unrivalled junior career.

The under-18 Victorian captain is a talented top-order batter and left-arm spinner, also spending time learning from the state’s as a rookie in the VicSpirit squad.

In 2014, having just turned 16, Molineux was named Player of the Championships at the Under-18 Nationals. She was the highest run-scorer for Victoria with 155 runs and also claimed 19 wickets for the tournament, at an incredible average of just 3.9.

Molineux has also proved she’s capable on the big stage, performing well for the Melbourne Renegades in the inaugural season of the WBBL.

To receive that award was humbling: Molineux

Sophie Molineux talks to the media after being named the inaugural winner of the new Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year Award at the Crown Lager AB Medal night

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Highlights: Villani shines in Scorchers win

Scorchers opener Elyse Villani notched up her second half century of the season to guide the Scorchers to a comfortable win at Etihad Stadium

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Match Highlights: Renegades beat Strikers

Melbourne Renegades allrounder Sophie Molineux starred with the bat, ball and in the field as the Melbourne Renegades to register their first win

Seven young guns to watch in WNCL

Australia's rising stars are set to make an impact this summer

'Next big thing' ready to shine for Spirit

Rising allrounder ready and raring to go for the start of the Women's National Cricket League this Friday

'Gades to bring Big Bash to Geelong

Kardinia Park to become newest Big Bash venue as Tim Ludeman and Sophie Molineux sign on