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Katie Mack

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

AGE
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Sydney

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

ACT

ACT
LOCAL CLUB

Northern Districts

Bio

Katie Mack isn’t averse to making a move to further her career.

A talented leg-spinner in her early teens, she moved from the premiership winning Bankstown Sports club to Northern District so that she would have more opportunities to develop as a player.

As a result her batting has come along in leaps-and-bounds to the extent that she was ranked in the top 15 batters in the Sydney Women’s Grade competition for both 50-over and T20 cricket.

After two years in the NSW Breakers program, Mack opted for another change and now represents the ACT Meteors in the WNCL. 

In December 2014, she broke through for her maiden one-day century, scoring 106 from 131 balls against Queensland.

Mack flies for screamer at Mackay

The Stars were 'on' in the field today, and none showed it better than Katie Mack with this ripper of a catch to send Laura Harris packing


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Mack smacks half-century at Mackay

Katie Mack was in fine form for Melbourne Stars at Mackay, making 57 off 48 to give her side strong foundations against Brisbane Heat


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Contact, runs and then out

A minor collision between Strikers bowler Sophie Devine and Stars opener Katie Mack paved the way for an interesting three deliveries at Adelaide Oval


Mack thriving in adopted home and role

Melbourne Stars batter Katie Mack has already shown she's willing to go wherever cricket takes her


Mack thriving in adopted home and role

Melbourne Stars batter Katie Mack has already shown she's willing to go wherever cricket takes her


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Match Recap: Stars defeat Strikers

The Melbourne Stars broke their four match losing streak by defeating the Adelaide Strikers by six wickets at the MCG


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