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Tahlia McGrath

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
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Allrounder

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AGE
22
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

SA

SA
LOCAL CLUB

West Torrens

Bio

Now considered one of the senior members of the Scorpions squad, Tahlia McGrath has proved her class with both bat and ball, matching her consistency with the ball with her grit and determination at the crease.

Having amassed 594 runs in nine Grade cricket games, including three centuries and one half-century, she was duly awarded the Karen Rolton Medal as the most outstanding cricketer in the SACA Women’s A Grade competition in 2014-15.

She made her Australian ODI debut in November 2016.

Day wrap: Perry-inspired Aussies have upper hand

Ellyse Perry blasted a record-breaking double-century to put the hosts in charge after day three of the Women’s Ashes Test


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Australia trio capped in Baggy Green

Beth Mooney, Amanda-Jade Wellington and Tahlia McGrath all received their caps at North Sydney ahead of the day-night Test against England


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Extended Highlights: Australia v ACT, day three

Three wickets in four balls to allrounder Tahlia McGrath and superb spell of swing bowling by Megan Schutt capped off a successful tour match in Canberra


Aussie trio capped in Baggy Green

Beth Mooney, Amanda-Jade Wellington and Tahlia McGrath named in day-night Test XI


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One Test spot up for grabs: Sthalekar

North Sydney Oval pitch to determine which of three allrounders wins final spot in Australia's XI, says ex-skipper


McGrath boosts chances for Ashes selection

Tahlia McGrath puts her hand up for Test selection after a stand out performance with the pink ball in Canberra