Lea Tahuhu


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Tahuhu also represented New Zealand at indoor cricket since 2007


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Right-arm medium pacer Lea Tahuhu is making the trip across the Tasman to play with the ACT Meteors for the first time in 2015-16.

Tahuhu is fast earning a reputation as one of New Zealand's most dangerous bowlers.

The tall right-armer from Christchurch made her debut for the Canterbury Magicians when she was just 18 and was promoted, after just two years of domestic cricket, to the White Ferns.

Her best bowling performance for the Black Caps came against Sri Lanka in 2013, when she took 4-27, while Tahuhu can be an equally fearless tailend bat.

Tahuhu started playing when she was eight years old and has also represented New Zealand at indoor cricket since 2007.

Renegades strike back against Thunder

The Renegades desperately needed early wickets, and Strano and Tahuhu delivered, getting two big wickets to give their team some hope

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Lanning knocked over by a jaffa

Renegades bowler Lea Tahuhu produced a jaffa to knock over Meg Lanning, the ball angled in towards Lanning before holding its line to hit the top of the off-stump

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Tahuhu's brilliant gather and throw

Renegades Lea Tahuhu pulled off a brilliant run-out with a quick one handed gather and release to find Georgia Redmayne short of her ground

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