Rachel to make history for NSW

WAGGA’S Rachel Trenaman is set to make her own slice of NSW Cricket history when she debutsfor the Breakers on Friday.
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Rachel Trenaman will make her debut for NSW Breakers on Friday, becoming the youngest to play for her state.

Trenaman will become the youngest player in the history of the NSW Breakers when she makes her Women’s National Cricket League debut at Casey Fields in Melbourne.

The 15-year-old will eclipse Australian star Ellyse Perry’s record when she takes to the field against Victoria.

The duel international was 16 when she played in her first match.

Trenamancan’t wait to experience the nation’s strongest female competition.

“I am more stoked than anything,” Trenaman said.

“I’m sure when I wake up in the morning I’ll probably be pretty nervous.”

Trenaman said she was shocked to receive the call up.

The opportunity comes less than a week after Trenaman took part in the Governor-General XI’s team against South Africa.

After being partSunday’s victory, the 15-year-old said the chance to play for NSW capped off what had already been a massive week.

However, she isn’t focusing on her individual performance and is just looking to contribute for the team and hopefully come away with the win.

Breakers coach Joanne Broadbent has beenimpressed by the skills of the 15-year-old leg spinner.

“Rachel is a real team player, she is incredibly committed and competitive,” Broadbent said.

“She is very good at reading the game when batting and assessing the situation calmly in the field.

“These strengths make her a force to be reckoned with and are really going to come to the fore this weekend, especially when we play in Melbourne, as we haven’t had the opportunity to play at Casey Fields yet and we know that the Victorian sides favour spin.”

Trenaman is one of three teenagers to be drafted into the team.

Hannah Trethewy, 17,and Mikayla Hinkley, 18, have also been included in theteam to tackleVictorian Spirit and the ACT Meteors this weekend.

Perry along with captain Alex Blackwell, who hails from Yenda, Alyssa Healy and Rene Farrell, are all out the team as part of the Southern Stars series against South Africa.

The trio have large boots to fill butBroadbent believes they are move than capable of stepping up to the challenge.

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