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In a club game for Prahran in 2014, Cameron smashed 24 boundaries and six maximums including a six through the clubhouse window.
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Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin
Victorian Jess Cameron has returned to cricket after taking a season off in 2015-16, signing with Victoria and Melbourne Stars.
Cameron debuted for Australia at 19 – just prior to the 2009 ICC Women’s World Cup in Sydney and went on to make a name for herself at big international events as part of the 2010, 2012 and 2014 ICC World Twenty20-winning sides as well as the champion 2013 ICC Women’s World Cup team.
In the 2012 World T20 final Cameron hit an impressive 45 off 33 balls, to earn Player of the Match honours and, in 2013,made history as the only male or female player to win the Player of the Final award in both a 20-over and 50-over World Cup following her near-run-a-ball 75.
In her first Test Match against England in 2011, she helped the Australia re-claim the Ashes, a victory she lists among her career highlights to date.
Her dominance at international level was recognised following the 2012-13 season when she claimed the Belinda Clark Award for the best international Australian women’s player that season.
Jess Duffin showed her class and the Rebel WBBL weekend featured a pair of final-ball thrillers, but it was Sophie Devine who stole the limelight with a brilliant display of power-hitting
Jess Duffin has been named captain of the Melbourne Renegades, while Kristen Beams has announced that the upcoming domestic season will be her last