Meg Lanning (c)

Age: 26

Playing role: Top-order batter

WBBL club: Perth Scorchers

WNCL club: Victoria

T20 International debut: 2010

Instagram: @meglanning7

Lanning became the first Australian to score 2,000 runs in Twenty20 International in a match against England in the 2017/18 India women's Tri-Nation Series.

Rachael Haynes (vc)

Age: 31

Playing role: Opening batter

WBBL club: Sydney Thunder

WNCL club: NSW

T20 International debut: 2010

Twitter: @RachaelHaynes

Haynes is one of only two players (Belinda Clark being the other) to have captained both NSW and Victoria in a WNCL match.

Nicole Bolton

Age: 29

Playing role: Opening batter

WBBL club: Perth Scorchers

WNCL club: Western Australia

T20 International debut: 2014

Twitter: @Nicole_Bolton12

Bolton holds the highest score by any Australian women on debut with 124 runs against England on the MCG during a One-Day International.

Nicola Carey

Age: 25

Playing role: Bowler

WBBL club: Sydney Thunder

WNCL club: NSW

T20 International debut: 2018

Instagram: @nicolejanecarey

She made Rachael Haynes come to the Hopman Cup in Perth so she could watch Roger Federer play.

Ashleigh Gardner

Age: 21

Playing role: Bowler

WBBL club: Sydney Sixers

WNCL club: NSW

T20 International debut: 2017

Instagram: @ashleigh_gardner97

Twitter: @akgardner97

Gardner became the first Indigenous Australian women to play in a cricket World Cup when she took to the field at the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup against Pakistan.

Alyssa Healy

Age: 28

Playing role: Wicket-keeper

WBBL club: Sydney Sixers

WNCL club: NSW

T20 International debut: 2010

Instagram: @a_healy

Twitter: @ahealy77

Healy holds the record for the most dismissals in a WNCL season with 20 (11 catches, nine stumpings) which came during the 2009/10 season.

Jess Jonassen

Age: 26

Playing role: All-rounder (bowler)

WBBL club: Brisbane Heat

WNCL club: Queensland

T20 International debut: 2012

Instagram: @jjonassen21

Jonassen scored 99 on her Test debut in the Women's Ashes in 2015 and was named Player of the Match.

Delissa Kimmince

Age: 29

Playing role: All rounder

WBBL club: Brisbane Heat

WNCL club: Queensland

International debut: 2018

Twitter: @Delissak

Kimmince played the inaugural AFL Women's season with the Brisbane Lions.

Sophie Molineux

Age: 20

Playing role: All-rounder

WBBL club: Melbourne Renegades

WNCL club:  Victoria

T20 International debut: 2018

Instagram: @sophiemolineux

Twitter: @SophieMolineux1

Molineux made her men's A grade debut when she was 16 for the West Bairnsdale Cricket Club.

Beth Mooney

Age: 24

Playing role: Wicket-keeper and batter

WBBL club: Brisbane Heat

WNCL club: Queensland

T20 International debut: 2016

Instagram: @bethmooney6

Mooney won both the inaugural ICC T20I Player of the Year and Emerging Player of the Year awards in 2017.

Ellyse Perry

Age: 28

Playing role: All-rounder

WBBL club: Sydney Sixers

WNCL club: NSW

T20 International debut: 2008

Instagram: @ellyseperry

Twitter: @EllysePerry

Perry made her debut for both the Australian cricket and the Matildas at the age of 16.

Megan Schutt

Age: 25

Playing role:  Bowler

WBBL club: Adelaide Strikers

WNCL club: South Australia

T20 International debut: 2013

Instagram: @megan_schutt3

Twitter: @megan_schutt

Schutt is also an avid skateboarder.

Elyse Villani

Age: 29

Playing role: Top-order Batter

WBBL club: Perth Scorchers 

WNCL club: Western Australia

T20 International debut: 2009

Twitter: @ElyseVillani

Villani will celebrate a ICC Women's World Twenty20 Championship with a few 'beverages, a lot of songs, lot of dancing and a few late nights'.

Tayla Vlaeminck

Age: 20

Playing role: All-rounder

WBBL club: Melbourne Renegades

WNCL club: Victoria

T20 International debut: 2018

Instagram: @taylaavlaeminck

In 2015, Vlaeminck ruptured her ACL and two matches after completing a full recovery and rehabilitation program, she suffered a partial tear to her ACL. On advice from a surgeon, she kept playing for another two months until the ACL ruptured again.

Georgia Wareham

Age: 19

Playing role:  Bowler

WBBL club: Melbourne Renegades

WNCL club: Victoria

T20 International debut: 2018

Instagram: @georgia_w32

Two years after Wareham first appearance in the third tier as a 14-year-old, she made her debut for South West Cricket side where took 3-36 and made 13 runs in round six of the 2015-16 season against Cobden.