Sophie Molineux


Bats Left Hand.
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Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox








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.

Molineux emotional after receiving debut cap

Meg Lanning was happy for Australia to notch an early win in the T20 tri-series in India while Sophie Molineux was just rapt to take part

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'I'm still pinching myself': Molineux

Allrounder Sophie Molineux is rapt to have secured selection in the Australia squad for the first time for the upcoming ODI and T20 tour of India

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Sophie Molineux: Rebel Young Gun

Enjoy some of the highlights of Rebel Young Gun of the season Sophie Molineux, who scored 318 runs and took six wickets in WBBL|03 for the Renegades

CA announce 2018-19 women's contract list

Three new faces among the 14 players handed national deals with Cheatle and Beams losing their contracts

Hot field vying for injured McGrath's spot

Three young guns looking to press their claims for the vacancy created by absence of injured allrounder


I'm still pinching myself: Molineux

Victoria and Renegades allrounder Sophie Molineux can't quite believe she's been called up for Australia, the latest step in her meteoric rise