Sixers trio headline list of CA contacted players for 2024-25

Sydney Sixers stars Alyssa Healy, Ellyse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner have today been announced among the list of 17 players offered national contracts by Cricket Australia for the 2024-25 season.

The MOU between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketer’s Association states between 15 and 18 female players are eligible to be contracted each season.

Players not awarded contracts as part of the initial squad of 17 can earn upgrades throughout the year by accruing 12 upgrade points. Players receive five points for a Test match, two for a One-Day International and two for a T20 International.

The Australian women’s team will take part in a bumper summer, including an opportunity to defend their ICC T20 World Cup in Bangladesh in September, before the Weber WBBL begins later this year.

Cricket Australia 2024-25 contracted women’s players:

Darcie Brown (SA/Northern Districts CC)
Ashleigh Gardner (NSW/Bankstown CC)
Kim Garth (VIC/Dandenong CC)
Heather Graham (TAS/Clarence District CC)
Grace Harris (QLD/Western Suburbs CC)
Alyssa Healy (NSW/Sydney CC)
Jessica Jonassen (QLD/Valley District CC)
Alana King (WA/Midland Guildford CC)
Phoebe Litchfield (NSW/Sydney University CC)
Tahlia McGrath (SA/Glenelg CC)
Sophie Molineux (VIC/Dandenong CC)
Beth Mooney (WA/Sandgate-Redcliffe CC)
Ellyse Perry (VIC/Dandenong CC)
Megan Schutt (SA/Sturt CC)
Annabel Sutherland (VIC/Prahran CC)
Tayla Vlaeminck (VIC/Plenty Valley CC)
Georgia Wareham (VIC/Essendon Maribyrnong Park Ladies CC)

Cricket Australia’s Head of Performance (Women’s Cricket) and National Selector, Shawn Flegler said:

“We’re really pleased to be able to offer Soph (Molineux) a contract after her successful return to the side this summer. She’s shown a great deal of resilience to get back to full fitness and she’ll play an important role next summer.

“We feel the list features a great deal of depth and a variety of skillsets that will come into play throughout the various series scheduled for 2024-25, including the T20 World Cup and multi-format Ashes series.”

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