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Mooney won both the inaugural ICC T20I Player of the Year and Emerging Player of the Year awards in 2017.
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Mooney was a regular face around the Australian set-up prior to her international debut, travelling as back-up wicketkeeper to Alyssa Healy.
Breakout performances for the Australia A side and in domestic competition in 2015 were enough for Mooney to be selected as a specialist batter, making her Australia debut in the 2015-16 T20 series against India.
In 2017 Mooney scored her maiden Women's One Day International hundred against New Zealand.
Mooney made her Test debut for the Australian Women's team against the England Women's team in 2017 for the Women's Ashes. In the same year Mooney won both the inaugural ICC T20I Player of the Year and Emerging Player of the Year awards.
In 2018, Mooney was an integral part of the Australian Women's cricket team, which went all the way to win a fourth ICC World T20 championship.
Mooney claimed her first WBBL title in 2019 after playing a vital role in Brisbane Heat's 2018-19 championship winning team.
After an exciting few days off out and about in London, Beth Mooney spoke about the Aussies' motivation to retain an unbeaten record in the Ashes
Heading into the sole Ashes Test with a 6-0 lead, Australia have been bolstered by the presence of Sophie Molineux as training with the red ball gets underway
Beth Mooney discusses preparations for red-ball cricket, and the excitement among the Australian camp ahead of the Ashes Test match next week
Beth Mooney joins Bolton, Healy and Haynes as top contenders to open the batting for Australia in the Ashes Test next week