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Emerging Players to Watch Under 21: Women Part 1

In our Players to Watch series we take a look at the women under 21 set to light up the Associate world in years to come.


Record-breakers and game changers.

The women’s game is flooded with both of these, though what is perhaps most exciting is that many of its boundary-pushers could be around for the long haul.

While we’re in the dark as to when women’s international cricket will pop up around the world, we’ve looked to the future, and identified dozens of players around the globe set to light the game up over the next decade. From parts of Africa to the Americas, Europe and the terrific Thais, on the next page we begin part one of our Players to watch under 21, where we feature the next generation on women’s talent.

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Daniel Beswick
Daniel Beswick
Daniel has been a member of the stats department at Fox Sports Australia since November 2016, supporting commentators and on-air talent for the network’s coverage of the BBL/WBBL. Daniel commentated action at World Cricket League 2, calling both USA vs PNG and Namibia vs Oman ODI matches on the same day.


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