Darcie Brown

DarcieBrown 18 yrs

Australia Women

Born:Mar 7, 2003
batting style
Right Handed
bowling style
Right-arm medium

Recent form

BattingBowling

8(18)

vs

Test

Bio

Batting Career

FormatMatchesInningsNORunSRAvgHS100s/50s200s4s/6s
ODI30000.000.0000/000/0
T20I10000.000.0000/000/0
Test110844.448.0080/002/0

Bowling Career

FormatMatchesInningsWicketsSRAvg5 WktBFEco
ODI33524.0020.4004/335.10
T20I11124.0026.0001/266.50
Test1200.000.0000/494.57

Teams Played For

Adelaide Strikers Women, South Australia Women, Victoria Under-19s Women, Victoria Women

Darcie's Bio

Darcie Brown is an emerging and one of the quickest female bowlers currently present in Australia. She has a rare ability to click at 115 km/h, consistently. She came to prominence at a very young age when the pacer got picked by Adelaide Strikers for the sixth edition of the Women’s Big Bash League, at an age of 16 years. 

Brown hails from a sporting background as her parents and both her brothers have played the sport at some stage. As a kid, she used to play Basketball, Tennis, Netball, and Australian Rules Football, before finding her real love and passion for cricket.

In 2019, the pacer was picked for the Under-19 Australian side at just 15 years of age to travel to New Zealand, playing against the New Zealand development squad. After the tour of New Zealand, she got picked by Adelaide Strikers for the WBBL|6 to become the youngster cricketer to sign a franchise contract. 

The pacer played her debut WBBL game against Hobart Hurricanes where she celebrated her debut with three wickets, finishing with figures of 3 for 13. She made her mark in the tournament by bowling quickly and recorded a speed of 116 km/h to announce herself as one of the quickest in the country. 

In 2020, the pacer made her domestic debut for the South Australian Scorpions in the Women's National Cricket League. The following year, the promising pacer got her maiden callup for Australia during the tour of New Zealand to be held in March. The youngster is talented enough to tease the best in the world with her pace and accuracy and can be Australia’s weapon in the 2022 World Cup. 

(As of March 2021)