Rene Farrell


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Farrell’s hat-trick against England was just the third by a female cricketer in Test cricket. 


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Originally from New South Wales, Farrell’s unique brand of in-swing bowling has proved the undoing of batters all over the world since she made her international debut in 2007.

Farrell began her domestic career at the Lendlease Breakers, where she played a key role in the side’s 2006-07 premiership, taking 3-27 off 10 overs and surviving at the death to see NSW home with one wicket to spare in the final.

The then 22-year-old joined the ACT Meteors in 2009 following the side’s introduction to the Women’s National Cricket League and played in every match of their debut season – picking up 18 wickets at an average of 21.44.

Farrell was also a part of Australia's side that reclaimed the Ashes in 2011, picking up 2-32 and 5-23 in the series’ lone Test match, including a hat-trick in the second innings.

Having established herself as one of the best finishers with the ball in the international game, Farrell is now a permanent fixture in the Australian bowling attack.

She made the move back to the NSW Breakers for the 2015-16 WNCL season, helping the team to the final before going on to win the inaugural WBBL title with the Sydney Thunder.

In-form Farrell collects three scalps

Thunder seamer Rene Farrell picked up the key wickets of Beth Mooney, Jess Jonassen and Sammy Jo-Johnson to secure a final-round win

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Farrell shows composure at the finish

With the shadows of a collapse similar to what the Renegades suffered hovering over Thunder, Rene Farrell stood up and delivered for the win

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Fast Farrell strikes on her first ball

Rene Farrell gave Sydney Thunder an early boost, picking up the big wicket of Sophie Devine for a duck with her first delivery of the day

Litchfield's maiden WNCL fifty rescues Breakers

16-year-old Phoebe Litchfield struck an unbeaten 82 to guide the NSW Breakers to an unlikely victory

Thunder bolter signs on for two more

Sydney Thunder secures WBBL team leading wicket-taker for a further two seasons.

Farrell snares Super League five-fa

Australia seamer leads Surrey to victory with a stunning display in the Super League