Georgia Voll moves to Sydney Thunder for the next 3 seasons

The 20-year-old all-rounder Georgia Voll moves to Sydney Thunder for the next three seasons.

Georgia Voll moves to Sydney Thunder for the next 3 seasons
Georgia Voll moves to Sydney Thunder for the next 3 seasons

The young 20-year-old all-rounder Georgia Voll moves to Sydney Thunder for the next three seasons after being with the Brisbane Heat for four seasons since 2020.

“I’m really excited about the opportunity to come down and wear the lime green and represent Western Sydney. Lisa was quite clear on the role she wants me to play and what she wants me to do and that sort of got me over the line.” Georgia Voll speaks about being excited about representing the Sydney Thunder and pleased about the role clarity provided by head coach Lisa Keightley.

She represents Queensland Fire at the domestic level. She had a sensational season with the bat for her side in the recently concluded edition of the Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL). She was the leading run-scorer for Queensland Fire and the 5th highest run-scorer of the tournament with 459 runs at a strike rate of 74.27 and an impressive average of 41.72 in 12 innings.

Her tally of runs includes a couple of half-centuries and a couple of centuries. Apart from her exploits with the bat, she has also picked up seven wickets in nine innings at an average of 30.85, strike rate of 35.14 and an economy of 5.26 in nine innings with the ball. She played for Thunder in the Charlotte Edwards Cup, she scored 19 runs in the recently concluded edition of the tournament.

She represented the Brisbane Heat until the last edition of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). She made her Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) debut in the 6th edition of the tournament in the year 2020. She has scored 903 runs at a strike rate of 109.19 and an average of 20.07 in 54 innings with the bat for her franchise. Her tally of runs includes one half-century. Apart from her exploits with the bat, she has also picked up 10 wickets at an average of 29.8 and an economy of 6.98 in 58 matches with the ball for the Brisbane Heat.

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She moves to a new franchise Sydney Thunder from the upcoming 10th edition of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). “I liked what the Thunder were about last year, really playing as a team and getting around each other on and off the field. That’s a team that I want to be a part of, and I’m really excited to see where this group ends up over the next three years. It’s an exciting young group to be a part of.” Georgia Voll speaks about being a part of an exciting set-up with Sydney Thunder for the next three years.

(Quotes sourced from Sydney Thunder Press Release)

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