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Sophie Molineux

Allrounder

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Allrounder

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

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Australia

Australia
STATE

VIC

VIC

Bio

Regarded as the next big thing in Victorian cricket, Sophie Molineux has enjoyed an unrivalled junior career.

The under-18 Victorian captain is a talented top-order batter and left-arm spinner, also spending time learning from the state’s as a rookie in the VicSpirit squad.

In 2014, having just turned 16, Molineux was named Player of the Championships at the Under-18 Nationals. She was the highest run-scorer for Victoria with 155 runs and also claimed 19 wickets for the tournament, at an incredible average of just 3.9.

Molineux has also proved she’s capable on the big stage, performing well for the Melbourne Renegades in the inaugural season of the WBBL.

WBBL|04 previews: Melbourne Renegades

They have the worst win/loss record in the comp but could this be a breakthrough year for the Renegades? With so much exciting talent on the books Mel Jones reckons it could be exactly that


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Ping pong contest gets serious!

After showing off her skills on the decks, Sophie Molineux took on fellow Aussie star Georgia Wareham for the inaugural 'Housemates Table Tennis Championship'


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Aussies wary of Kiwi threat: Molineux

Australia spinner Sophie Molineux looks ahead to the crucial World T20 showdowns with New Zealand and then India, while she reflects on competition for spots with Jess Jonassen


Molineux reflects on rapid rise to the top

Australian spinner Sophie Molineux is proof that a year is a long time in top-level cricket


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NZ no easy-beats: Molineux

The Australians are fresh off a series sweep against their Kiwi rivals but are expecting a different threat in Guyana


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Jonassen 'will get a chance'

Sophie Molinuex says experienced spinner Jess Jonassen will not be kept sidelined for long by Australia's rising cavalcade of spin bowling talent


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