Sophie Devine


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She represents New Zealand in cricket and hockey


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Multitalented sports star Sophie Devine is vice-captain of the New Zealand White Ferns, a team for which she was first selected way back when she was in high school.

Devine started playing organised cricket when she was five and was first selected to play for Wellington Blaze when she was just 14.

When she selected for the White Ferns at 17 in 2006 she was one of the youngest ever members of the side. 

The experienced allrounder provides grit and back-up in the White Ferns' batting order, and while she suffered a bad run of injuries in 2013 including ankle surgery for a torn peroneal tendon, a stress fracture in her shin, and two broken toes in a short space of time, she has returned to her best.

Devine has also represented New Zealand in hockey as a member of the Black Sticks hockey team at the Olympics, and has proven to be a valuable member of the SA Scorpions' line-up. 

Sophie's Devine knock boosts Strikers

Explosive Strikers star Sophie Devine cleared the ropes four times on her way to 43 from just 29 deliveries against the Hobart Hurricanes in Glenelg

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Devine smashes eight sixes in an innings

Sophie Devine hit an incredible eight sixes in record breaking innings of 103 not out for the Adelaide Strikers against the Hobart Hurricanes

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Devine puts Hurricanes bowlers to the sword

New Zealand’s Sophie Devine hit an extraordinary eight sixes in her matchwinning knock of 103 from 48 balls in Adelaide Strikers’ WBBL victory in Glenelg

Strikers, SA call on Devine intervention

New Zealand superstar Sophie Devine set to feature in both the WNCL and WBBL this summer


Schutt wary of Devine touch

Aussie speedster expecting a close contest against the White Ferns on Sunday

Women's World Cup preview: New Zealand

Australia's rivals from across the ditch loom as serious contenders for the top prize