|Emma Manix-Geeves||Wicketkeeper||Right Handed||22|
|Elyse Villani||Batsman||Right Handed||33|
|Lizelle Lee||Batsman||Right Handed||30|
|Naomi Stalenberg||Batsman||Right Handed||28|
|Nicola Carey||All Rounder||Left Handed||29|
|Heather Graham||All Rounder||Right Handed||26|
|Rachel Trenaman||Batsman||Right Handed||21|
|Molly Strano||Bowler||Right Arm||30|
|Sarah Coyte||Bowler||Right Arm||31|
|Emma Thompson||Batsman||Right Handed||-|
|Maisy Gibson||Bowler||Left Arm||26|
|Ava Curtis||All Rounder||-||-|
|Meg Radford||All Rounder||-||-|
Tasmanian Tigers, formerly known as Tasmanian Roar, is an Australian women’s domestic cricket team that participates in the Women’s National Cricket League annually. The Tigers represent the Tasmanian region in the competition. They are one of the seven teams playing in the 2019/20 edition to win the competition and the Ruth Preddey Cup that comes along with it.
The Tigers participated in the tournament for the first time in 2010/11.
They finished third in the 2018/19 tournament.
The Tigers have never qualified for the Final of any edition of the tournament. They have finished seventh (last) five times and sixth three times. The only time they finished in the top five was in the 2010/11 when they finished third and narrowly missed the opportunity to play the Final by 2 points. The fact that their latest performance has been their best, some sort of progress can be expected from the Tigers.
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