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Jodie Fields


Jodie Maree Fields is the current Australian Women's cricket captain. She dons the dual profile of a wicket-keeper and a right-handed batsman. . She made her debut for her state team the Queensland Fire in 2000 and has captained the side since the beginning of the 2008-09 season. Her international debut for Australia came in a Test against India in Adelaide in February 2006. She was appointed captain of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars in 2009. In doing so she became the first Queensland woman to captain Australia. Her first game as captain of the Australian national women’s side was a T20I against England in Derby on 25 June 2009. In her first Test match as the English captain she made her maiden Test century with a captain’s knock of 139, rescuing her team which had slumped to 5-28. Fields captained the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars to a second successive ICC Women’s World Twenty20 title in 2012 in Sri Lanka.She led the side to the ICC Women’s World Cup in India less than six months later in February 2013.
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