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.

Molineux smashes way to first half-ton

Sophie Molineux belted 10 boundaries against the Hobart Hurricanes on her way to her first half-century for the Melbourne Renegades

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Molineux ends the game in style

Sophie Molineux brought up a memorable finish for the win in a player of the match performance for the Renegades

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Molineux on song early for Renegades

Young Renegades opener Sophie Molineux smashed 40 off 33 balls, including two sixes and three fours, to give her team a strong start against Heat

Renegades stake claim on contender status

Young guns are leading the way as the Melbourne Renegades look to stamp their credentials in WBBL|03

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'Next big thing' ready to shine for Spirit

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