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Georgia Wareham

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

AGE
20
HEIGHT
168CM
BORN

Mortlake

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

VIC

VIC

Bio

Georgia Wareham was part of the Melbourne Renegades squad in the WBBL last season, and will look to continue their development alongside Victoria’s best.

In 2018, Wareham made her Women's One Day International cricket debut for the Australia Women's cricket team against the Pakistan women's cricket team.

Wareham was an integral part of the Australian Women's cricket team in 2018, which went all the way to win a fourth ICC World T20 championship. After the tournament, the International Cricket Council named Wareham as one of the five breakout stars in women's cricket in 2018.

Best I've bowled all series: Wareham

Leg-spinner Georgia Wareham reflects on Australia's seven-wicket win over England in the second Ashes T20, outlining their desire to complete a clean sweep of the series in the final match in Bristol


4:56 Our-hearts-were-racing-Wareham-on-tense-win-still

'Our hearts were racing': Wareham on tense win

Having played an unexpected role with the bat in Australia's nail-biting win in the first Women's Ashes ODI, leg-spinner Georgia Wareham looks ahead to game two


1:55 Australia-unveil-Womens-Ashes-squad-still

Lanning, young quick discuss Ashes squad

Tayla Vlaeminck and Nicole Bolton have been included in a strong Australia squad to travel to the UK for the upcoming Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes tour


More runs predicted after low-scoring opener

Australia and England both expecting an improved batting performance tonight after just 355 runs were scored in the Ashes opener


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Jonassen offers pearls of wisdom to young spinners

Experienced allrounder Jess Jonassen is drawing upon her own Ashes experience in the United Kingdom to take on the mentor role for her fellow spinners in the squad


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Exposing England's all-right batters key for Aussies

With England's top-order stacked with right-handers, Australia's vital spin bowling attack has been tailoring their training approach accordingly


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