Lisa Sthalekar Inducted Into Australian Cricket Hall Of Fame

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Previous Australia commander Lisa Sthalekar has become just the fourth female cricketer drafted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame, the nation's cricket board said on Friday. Sthalekar is the 57th inductee to the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame, joining Johnny Mullagh and Merv Hughes this year. 

Cricket Australia tweet,"One of the world's elite spin-bowling all-rounders, and one of the most important figures in the development and professionalism of the women's game! 

Congratulations to Lisa Sthalekar, the 57th inductee into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame! 👏 #AusCricketAwards"



Lisa Sthalekar, who made her global presentation in 2001, was an individual from Australia's World Cup-winning sides across both restricted overs designs. Sthalekar was the main lady to accomplish the profession twofold of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets in ODIs.

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