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Favourite Sports Person
Sir Chris Hoy
Most Likely To
George Watson's College
Playing the piano
"Everything will be alright in the end, if it's not alright it's not the end"
Best Cricketing Moment
A 336-run partnership with my sister Kathryn
Scotland beating Ireland for the 2nd time in our history last year
|Date of Birth||8th January 2000||Debut||For Kent: T20 v Surrey (2020); List-A v Essex (2021)|
|Years of Service||2020 -||Capped||-|
|Best Bat||T20I: 65||Bowl||-|
|Best Bowl||-||Shirt Sponsor||-|
Sarah, a Scotland international, joined Kent at the same time as Kirstie Gordon in 2020. She made her T20I debut in 2018 against Uganda and has since scored over 500 T20I runs at an average just shy of 40. She is the 3rd youngest captain ever in Women’s T20Is, and holds the record for the most dismissals in an innings (5) and most stumpings in an innings (4) in Women’s T20Is.
Sarah first played for Scotland in 2017 before Scotland Women’s games were afforded International status by the ICC.
Her debut came in the 2018 Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier Tournament, where she finished as the leading run-scorer for Scotland. After the Qualifier, she was named in the ICC’s Women’s Development Squad. The same happened in 2019 for a five match series in Australia, and in 2020 Sarah was nominated for ICC Women’s Associate Cricketer of the Decade award. Sarah’s sister Kathryn also plays for Scotland.
Regionally, ‘Brycey’ represents Loughborough Lightning alongside Gordon, and less than two years into her Kent career, Sarah is already considered a senior player and captained the County in the first game of the 2021 London Championship; a convincing 50-run victory over neighbours Essex.
In May 2021, Sarah scored two 50s in a day as Kent defeated Middlesex in two T20s at the County Ground, Beckenham.
Scotland, Loughborough Lightning, Nottinghamshire
2017 Women's World Cup Qualifier in Sri Lanka; 2018 Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier in the Netherlands; 2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Europe in Spain; 2019 Netherland's Women's Quadrangular Series in the Netherlands (as captain); 2019 ICC Women's Global Development Squad to Australia