Alex Blackwell


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In 2006 Blackwell and her twin sister Kate made cricketing history when they became the first set of identical twins to play cricket for Australia.


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Bowls Right Arm Medium


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Alex Blackwell is the most experienced player in the Australian team, having made her international debut in 2003 and built a career around her powerful and precise stroke play.

Blackwell is no stranger to success; she captained the Australia to the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in 2010 and was a member of the team that won that same title in Sri Lanka in 2012 and 2014. 

She also has two ICC Women’s World Cup trophies to her name, having helped the national team win in 2005 and 2013.

She has long excelled at domestic level for the NSW Lend Lease Breakers in the Women’s National Cricket League and has captained the side to numerous domestic titles. 

In 2012-13 the team became the first to win both the T20 and 50-over competitions in the same season, a feat they replicated in 2014-15.

Blackwell became the first Australian woman to play 200 games for her country during the their triumphant Ashes series in England in 2015.


'Don't be satisfied': Haynes

Australia captain Rachael Haynes says her team won't be relaxing after winning the opening two Women's Ashes ODIs

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Blackwell reflects on magic milestone

Australia vice-captain says her 14-year international career has flown by as she prepares to play match No.250 for her country on Sunday

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Special tribute to legendary Blackwell

Ahead of her record-breaking 250th international match, Alex Blackwell watches on as her teammates reveal the influence she has had on each player

Blackwell legend extends far and wide

Alex Blackwell's influence on cricket goes far beyond the runs she's scored and the trophies she's won in the green and gold

Aussies dream of series whitewash

Australia eying 3-0 ODI series win and another two crucial Ashes points in Sunday's third one-dayer against England


Blackwell on cusp of historic milestone

Australia's most-capped female player will play match No.250 for Australia in Coffs Harbour on Sunday