I believe that the sport of cricket can be a wonderful medium to drive change in the community. I hope to continually promote social cohesion and empower young people to become respectable role models and by setting up more of these community projects in the boroughs of London, with time & effort a positive change is inevitable."Read More
I was hooked onto the art of leg-spin. I started imitating the great Shane Warne. Whether it was in my parent’s garden, backyard or the park, I kept practising bowling like Warne. This started my journey with this beautiful game.Read More
"I grew up in a family who loved cricket, I must have spent well over a thousand hours playing backyard cricket predominantly with my Dad, brother and nephews as a kid. My Mum signed me up to play at the club across the road from my house when I was eight years of age, so I’ve always been very passionate about the game. I went on to play ten years of Premier Cricket at two clubs whilst working in various roles at RACV, an insurance company in Melbourne for over 10 years. I was enjoying life, but something wasn’t quite right. After a while I realized that I needed to do something more meaningful and work in a field I was more passionate about.
“I am a proud Deaf woman. I use a cochlear implant so I can hear to some degree and use my voice to communicate and I’m also fluent in Australian sign language. I am married to a proud Deaf man, James and combined, we have four children. James has twin 13-year-old boys, my two stepsons, and I have a 12 year-old boy and a 9 year-old girl. So, we are a very big family! I work full time as the coordinator of the Disability Advocacy Resource Unit which supports and provides training to 24 different disability advocacy organisations across Victoria. And like all of you, I am crazy about cricket.Read More