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Amanda-Jade Wellington

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

Did you know?

Making her WNCL debut at the age of 15, Wellington is the youngest person ever to represent the state of South Australia in senior cricket.

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

AGE
23
HEIGHT
169CM
BORN

Adelaide

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

SA

SA
LOCAL CLUB

Port Adelaide

Bio

The youngest ever player to represent the Scorpions in a senior match, leg-spinner Amanda-Jade Wellington has had a bright start to her cricketing career.

With national experience in the indoor version of the game, Wellington was selected alongside Alex Price in the Australia A Women's squad for 2015-16.

Her selection came off the back of a fabulous season for the Scorpions in which she lead the way with the ball, finishing as leading wicket-taker in both the 50-over and T20 formats.

Across the two formats she claimed 25 wickets and providing a number of handy contributions with the bat.

Wellington made her international debut for Australia against South Africa in a one-day game in 2016.


Maiden WBBL half-century for Wellington

Strikers allrounder Amanda-Jade Wellington picked the right time to score her first WBBL half-century as she contributed a superb 55 in the WBBL|05 Final


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Clutch Wellington stars as Strikers win Super Over

After Suzie Bates made a bold call to throw the ball to her leggie for the Super Over, Amanda-Jade Wellington leaked just six runs before Sophie Devine did the job with the bat


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Wellington's perfect leg break beats Wilson

Amanda-Jade Wellington produced the perfect leg break to bowl English star Fran Wilson at AB Field


21 for 21: The players behind Australia’s incredible streak

A player-by-player look at the moments and numbers that helped Australia win a world record-equalling 21 consecutive ODIs


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Wellington turns attention to national duties

The Adelaide Strikers allrounder is keen to put the disappointing result in the WBBL Final behind her and perform well for Australia A


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Test shake-up looms as Mott predicts spin to win

Australia's notoriously steady squad could see an Ashes Test bolter after early reports of a spin-friendly wicket in Taunton


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