Ash Gardner took the Australian women’s cricket team to victory against England on Sunday, in the first game of the Ashes series.
The team was chasing a 229 run goal at Allan Border Field in Brisbane. They needed 48 runs in fewer balls and Gardner was up alongside came on alongside vice-captain Alex Blackwell.
The 20-year-old all-rounder hit it out of the park.
She blasted 27 off 18 balls, including two sixes, and – by the time she was done – Australia only needed nine runs to win.
Earlier in the game, she’d also worked her magic with her off-spin bowl, taking three English batters out in just 47 balls.