Western Australia CA’s Laurie Sawle Medal night happened at Crown Perth with scores of people attending the event that was aimed at recognizing the state’s most valuable performers of 2018-19. Perth Scorchers’ promising all-rounder Heather Graham was observed to be one of the most consistent performers of 2018-19 season. The youngster made 455 runs and took 33 wickets across Women’s National Cricket League (Australia) and Rebel Women’s Big Bash League to claim her second Zoe Goss medal.
She also won the Western Fury WNCL Player of the Year award earlier this year after she became the first player in WNCL history to make a hundred and take three wickets in a match.
Besides this, Graham also took away the WBBL Player of the Year award for being the leading wicket-taker of this year’s edition of the tournament.
‘Gully’ cricket player and close observer of Indian Cricket team and it’s matches. Straight forward and still socially admirable personality. Strong belief in team work and possess high leadership skills.