Rachel Priest


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl



New Zealand

New Zealand


Priest, the Renegades' wicketkeeper, will bring a wealth of international experience to the squad having played 112 matches for New Zealand since 2007.

She is also a dynamic batter, having become the first woman to hit a T20 domestic hundred when she struck 106* from 74 balls against Otago in 2012-13.

Rachel is one of ten contracted women in New Zealand and was one of the best domestic performers of last season.

She was the second highest run scorer for her side, Wellington, in the tournament as they won the title with Priest scoring an unbeaten 39 in the Final.

When Rachel isn’t playing cricket, basketball, turbo touch, or working in her role as a sports centre Bookings Coordinator, she is coaching cricket, and has contemplated heading to university to study history and become a teacher.

Powerful Priest produces a fast fifty

Thunder opener Rachel Priest got her team off to a strong start against the Strikers, powering her way to 51 from just 27 deliveries in Wagga Wagga

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Priest belts six straight to Thunder coach

Sydney Thunder coach Jo Broadbent had a bit of unexpected catching practice when Rachel Priest sent the ball flying into the tent

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Priest packs a punch in important knock

With her opening partner Rachael Haynes gone for just one run, Rachel Priest stepped up to the challenge and took the game on for Sydney Thunder

Thunder lures rival captain north

Sydney Thunder have locked in the services of a former Melbourne Renegades captain and wicketkeeper for WBBL|03

WBBL form a boost for White Ferns

New Zealand name their squads to take on the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, including five WBBL international stars


Match Recap: Renegades defeat Sixers

Melbourne Renegades registered a memorable victory over the top-placed Sydney Sixers at North Sydney Oval