In this edition of the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie and Matt wrap up all of the action from the Marsh One Day Cup decider where Jack Edwards put his name up in lights with a match winning hundred for NSW.
The lads preview the upcoming Marsh Sheffield Shield final which will be hosted by QLD at the Allan Border Field later this week.
Finally, Matt and Robbie run their eye over the key performers for Australia in their record breaking 24 ODI winning streak.
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Leah represented Australia in 2 Tests, 48 ODIs and 40 T20Is as well playing over 100 games for NSW.
She was a high quality top order batter who had a reputation for scoring runs quickly which was confirmed when she became the first female to score a century in Women’s domestic T20 cricket for NSW.
In her distinguished career, Leah was a part of two successful ICC World T20 Campaigns for Australia top scoring in the 2010 decider.
Leah is a four time winner of the Belinda Clark medal which is awarded to the premier female cricketer in NSW.
We caught up with Leah in February for the Cricket Library Podcast. In this episode, we will hear from Leah about where her love for the game originated, some key influences on her career, some memorable moments, what she is up to now as well as finding out which three people Leah would most like to have a net with.
She also shares with us a very interesting story about how she found out that she had been selected to represent her country for the first time.
We trust you will thoroughly enjoy our chat with Leah Poulton.
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