Give a very warm welcome to Amelia Kerr, the pint-sized, big hitting Kiwi who's set to turn some heads at the Brisbane Heat.
You wouldn't believe she's only 18.
With over 50 ODI and T20 caps already for New Zealand, record-smashing bowling and batting accomplishments and an all-round game that beggars to believe, the WBBL's brand new signing belies her years...and sometimes, the laws of physics.
Her 232 not-out and five wickets for 17 runs in an ODI with New Zealand is not only the highest score in a women's ODI match, ever. It's probably the greatest single performance ever registered in the women's game.
“To play alongside three great Aussie players is a big attraction,” Kerr said.
“For me it’s about focusing on my strengths and trying to do my best here. Hopefully I can do well for the Heat.”
Now Brisbane's first international signing, Kerr is a notable figure in women's cricket for her record-holding displays so far, but given she still identifies as a bowling all-rounder, we say definitely watch this space.
She may turn out to be one of the finest imports in WBBL history.