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Elyse Villani

Elyse Villani

Top-order bat Elyse Villani’s clean hitting and impeccable timing have seen her grow into one of the most damaging batters in international women’s cricket. Villani has enjoyed great success with the Australian Women's cricket team, helping them to lift the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 trophy in the West Indies in 2010.  A hamstring injury saw the Victorian spend the majority of the 2011-12 season on the sidelines, making the path back to national selection all the more difficult.  In a bid to add more variety to her game, Villani travelled to the UK during the off-season to play for Staffordshire. Upon her return to Australia, Villani’s dedication and hard work paid off as she recorded one of her most dominant domestic seasons. Her standout performances for the Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit led to a return to the national side in 2013. Villani was recalled to the Australian Women's cricket team for the ICC Women’s World Cup in India, a title which the team claimed. She was rewarded for her consistent performances throughout the season with a national contract for the following international season. After missing out on the ODI series against Pakistan in 2014, Villani returned for the T20I with a bang,...

Villani was selected to represent Australia in dodge ball, but was unable to due to cricket commitments.

Test Debut date : 09/01/2014

ODI Debut date : 18/01/2014

T20 Debut date : 02/06/2009

Age : 30 years 6 days

Role : Batter

Height : 172

Batting Style : Right Hand

Bowling Style : Right Arm Medium

Team Played For : N/A

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