- Australia national women's cricket team 2001 - present
Lisa Sthalekar, although born in India, is a member of New South Wales team. In 2003, while playing against England, she scored her maiden Test century. During the 2006 Test against India at the Adelaide Oval, Australia won by an innings and 4 runs. In this match, Lisa contributed by scoring a half century and in the 2nd innings took 5 wickets for 30 runs which was her career best performance.
During the 2006-07 season, she was a member of the New South Wales Breakers team that won their 9th Women’s National Cricket League title in 11 years. In the final of this league, Lisa scored 83 runs.
In 2007, Lisa won two awards. The first was the Women’s International Cricketer of the Year for Australia and the ICC Women’s Player of the Year.
Lisa Sthalekar has represented her team in 88 ODIs in which she has scored 2237 runs at a batting average of 35.50. Her highest score was 104 not out. She struck 2 centuries and 15 half centuries and took 30 catches. She has taken 96 wickets in the 4009 deliveries that she has bowled while conceding 2471 runs. Her bowling strike rate was 41.7, economy rate was 3.69 and bowling average was 25.73.
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