Birth date 6 Dec 1968 (50 years)
Nationality Australia Australia
Position All Rounder
Team history
Australia national women's 1987 - 2000

Zoe Jean Goss is a former cricketer who played for Australian women’s cricket team. She participated in four world cups for Australia. She was a right-handed batsman and a useful fast-medium bowler. Gloss also played first-class cricket for the teams like Victoria Women and Western Australia Women.

Zoe Gloss made her test debut against England Women’s team in Aug, 1987. In twelve test matches she played for Australia, Zoe scored 280 runs in sixteen Innings with an average of 23.33. Her highest score was 48 runs. While bowling, she took 20 wickets at an average of 25.55. Her best bowling figures in an Innings were 3 wickets for 15 runs. She made her ODI debut in match played against New Zealand in Jan, 1987. In sixty five ODIs she played for Australia, Zoe score 1099 with an average of 29.70. Her highest score was 96* and she also had seven half-centuries in her account. She also took 64 wickets at an average of 19.15. Her best bowling performance in ODIs was 4 wickets for 10 runs.

Gloss also appeared in the match played for Bradman Foundation charity. In this match she scores 29 runs and took 2 wickets including the big wicket of Brian Lara.

Career Highlights

Zoe Gloss was a part of Australia’s Women’s team when they won the World Cup in 1988 and again in 1997.

She was declared Player of the Series in Australian Women’s Cricket Championship that was played in 1995-96.

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