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Darcie Brown named rebel WBBL|06 Young Gun | Adelaide Strikers

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Brown collected ten wickets during the competition, with her best figures of 3/13 coming in her debut on the WBBL stage. Brown’s maiden wicket was one for the scrapbook as she swung one through the gate to rattle Nicola Carey’s stumps during the Strikers’ victory over the Hurricanes.

Maintaining line and length throughout, Brown was also extremely economical with the ball, finishing with an economy rate of just 5.52 runs per over, the fourth-lowest of all players.  

At just 17, Brown has stepped onto the national stage with a bang this season, a performance headlined by express pace and an infectious love for the game. In addition to taking wickets, Brown also recorded two run-outs and a brilliant…



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