Alyssa Healy has been appointed as captain of the Australia women’s team for their tour to India. Kim Garth, a former women’s all-rounder for Ireland, has received her first call-up to play for Australia.
Phoebe Litchfield, a young marvel who has not yet received a cap. And Kim Garth, a former all-rounder for Ireland. It will be part of the Australian side for the next T20I series in India.
After the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, that will be hold in South Africa the subsequent year. Both winning sides will have a foundation upon which to develop their careers. At the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the Australian team won the gold medal by overcoming the British team by a margin of nine runs. During this game, the two teams last encounter took place.
Australia will be led by wicketkeeper-batswoman Alyssa Healy against India.
Due to Meg Lanning’s absence from the trip, Australia will be led by wicketkeeper-batswoman Alyssa Healy against India. After batting prodigy Rachael Haynes announce her retirement from international cricket, Healy was pick the team’s new vice captain.
Tahlia McGrath has been select as the vice-captain for the India series while Alyssa Healy serves as captain. Kim Garth, who wants to maximize the next stage of her international cricket career, may be the main subject of attention in the meantime.
Kimberley Jennifer Garth has participated in 34 WODIs thus far, hitting 448 runs and taking 23 wickets. The Irish international has accumulated 762 runs and 42 victories in the 51 WT20Is she has participated in. Garth’s international experience will be highly beneficial for the Australian squad moving ahead in white-ball cricket.
The former Irish cricketer relocated to Australia in 2020 after signing a deal with Cricket Victoria. Garth has since been granted permanent status and is so qualified to represent Australia in international cricket. Additionally, it has been more than three years since she last represented Ireland in an international game.
In the current WBBL, Kim Garth has demonstrated dependable bowling efforts for the Melbourne Stars, recording 12 kills at an economy of 6.71.
“Kim has been in our thinking, she’s had a couple of strong seasons with the ball and adds extra depth to our pace-bowling stocks. She’s a new-ball option but has a great change of pace as well,”Shawn Flegler said.