The 2020 season is one Kinross rising star Phoebe Litchfield will long remember, and on Sunday she gets the chance to end a remarkable summer on a high note.
Litchfield will line-up for the NSW Breakers in their 13-player squad for the Women's National Cricket League Final this Sunday against Western Australia at North Sydney Oval.
Sunday marks the 24th WNCL Final with the Breakers appearing in every one since its introduction and are aiming for a record 21st title.
However, for many reasons, this final is more significant than most - nine of the 13 players named in blue are yet to play in a WNCL decider, including seven teenagers, six of whom have debuted this season.
Among the seven players to debut this season is Litchfield, 16, who has scored 249 runs at an average of nearly 50 in her first campaign.
Breakers captain Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes and off-spinning Ashleigh Gardner are all unavailable for the deciding match as they prepare for the upcoming T20 World Cup starting on February 21 in Sydney.
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