|Matilda Lugg||Wicketkeeper||Right Handed||23|
|Katie Mack||Batsman||Right Handed||29|
|Rebecca Carter||Batsman||Left Handed||26|
|Angelina Genford||Batsman||Right Handed||-|
|Carly Leeson||All Rounder||Right Handed||24|
|Olivia Porter||All Rounder||-||-|
|Holly Ferling||Bowler||Right Arm||27|
|Chloe Rafferty||Bowler||Right Arm||23|
|Alisha Bates||Bowler||Left Arm||-|
|Gabrielle Sutcliffe||Bowler||Right Arm||-|
|Angela Reakes||Batsman||Right Handed||32|
|Annie Wikman||All Rounder||-||-|
|Zoe Cooke||Bowler||Right Arm||-|
|Jannatul Ferdus||Bowler||Right Arm||23|
ACT Meteors is an Australian women’s domestic cricket team participating in the annual 50-over competition called the Women’s National Cricket League. ACT stands for Australian Capital Territory. This team is ranked up against six other teams to win the competition and he Ruth Preddey Cup.
The ACT Meteors were established in 2009.
They finished third behind New South Wales and Victoria in the first three editions of their participation.
However, they have not tasted any success since then. They have found themselves finishing in the fourth, fifth and sixth position from the 2012/13 season. The positive that they will be taking into the 2019/20 season is that they have a strong squad and they have nothing to lose. The underdogs can definitely cause some upsets and find their way up in the league stage.
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