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Cricket - 23. July 2007.

Ellyse Perry to create Australian cricket history


 


 

The 16-year-old has been selected in the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars team to play New Zealand in tomorrow’s second one-day international at Gardens Oval in Darwin. When she takes the field, Perry – at 16 years and 261 days – will eclipse Julie Stockton to become the youngest man or woman to have played cricket for Australia.

 

Tomorrow’s match starts at 10.00am and is the second of five one-day internationals in the Rose Bowl Series. Australia leads the series 1-0.

 

The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars team is:

Karen Rolton (captain)

Lisa Sthalekar (vice captain)

Sarah Andrews

Kate Blackwell

Melissa Bulow

Sarah Edwards

Shelley Nitschke

Ellyse Perry

Jodie Purves

Emma Sampson

Clea Smith

Alex Blackwell (12th)

 

Live scores from the match will be available on Cricket Australia’s website, www.cricket.com.au.

 

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