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Sarah Aley

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Medium

Did you know?

The Lendlease Breakers won 10 consecutive WNCL titles between 2005/06 and 2014/15. Aley played in nine of those premiership winning teams. 

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
33
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Sydney

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Bankstown Sports

Bio

One of the most experienced players in the NSW squad, Aley has become a key player for her state since debuting in 2005 and is one of the most successful players in the Australian domestic competition.

Aley has been part of nine WNCL championship winning sides, as well as NSW’s WT20 victories in 2012-13 and 2014-15.

She has also represented Australia A.

It hasn’t all been smooth sailing for Aley, who only played one game for her state in 2011-12 but fought her way back into the starting XI through sheer determination and hard work.

 

Veteran Aley receives cap No.47

An emotional Sarah Aley receives her debut T20 international cap from former state captain and Australian legend Lisa Sthalekar prior to the first Women's Ashes T20 at North Sydney Oval.


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Haynes, Aley reflect on maiden match

Stand-in skipper Rachael Haynes and debutante fast bowler Sarah Aley speak to the media after Australia thrashed Pakistan to keep their perfect record alive


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Aley does it all in debut to savour for new star

Australia's newest one-day international Sarah Aley made key contributions with bat, ball and in the field in Australia's dominant win against Pakistan


Stars name squad for T20 series

Up and coming quick Lauren Cheatle out for remainder of Women's Ashes with injury, three changes to squad


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Aley's debut a day to remember

Runs, wickets and even a catch - it was a debut that had it all!


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Patience pays off for determined Aley

So close for so long, the veteran NSW fast bowler finally earns her international debut in Australia's Women's World Cup clash with Pakistan