Sophie Molineux


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In 2017, Molineux won the Betty Wilson Young Player of the year.


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

Having served as the under-18 Victorian captain, the talented top-order batter and left-arm spinner also spent 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 also flaunted her skill in WBBL, performing well for the Melbourne Renegades in the inaugural season of the WBBL.

In 2018, she was an integral part of the Australian Women's cricket team, which went all the way to win a fourth ICC World T20 championship.

Molineux relives rollercoaster World Cup ride with injury

Australia allrounder Sophie Molineux talks about her battle to overcome a corked thigh to get up for the T20 World Cup final, and what happened on stage with Katy Perry in the post-match concert

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Molineux discusses Aussies’ journey to World Cup final

Australia’s Sophie Molineux addresses playing in front of a bumper crowd at the MCG, the host nation’s ability to deal with adversity and her own injury battles

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Proud of how we wrestled game back: Molineux

After losing a couple of close games, Australia spinner Sophie Molineux said the group was particularly happy to close out Sunday's tri-series clash with England

Gades shock at coach cull as Molineux looks to horizons

Australia allrounder reacts to loss of WBBL coach Tim Coyle but says 'sky is the limit' for women's game if past success continues to be built on

Molineux almost missed World Cup final: Mott

The now-iconic image of Sophie Molineux dancing with Katy Perry almost never happened, as the Victorian battled to overcome injury in the final stages of the T20 World Cup


World Cup bumps bring Aussies closer: Molineux

Allrounder says the T20 World Cup hosts have been able to unite in the face of misfortune, headlined by Ellyse Perry’s hamstring injury