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Ailsa Lister

Team flagSCO20 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
#81 Batter in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Ailsa Lister Recent Form

Batting

THUN vs SES, T204 (6)
SCOW vs THAW, T20I0 (2)
SCOW vs USAW, T20I34 (22)
SCOW vs SLW, T20I13 (13)
SCOW vs UGNW, T20I55 (34) *
SCOW vs USAW, ODI0 (3)
SCOW vs PNGW, ODI20 (25)
SCOW vs IREW, T20I6 (6)
SCOW vs IREW, ODI47 (67)
SCOW vs IREW, ODI13 (15)
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Ailsa Lister Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI4480004772.7320.0070----
T20I34284700468139.4718.80618----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4000.000.000000.00----
T20I34000.000.000000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut Scotland Women v Ireland Women Desert Springs Cricket Ground, Spain, 17-10-2023
T20I Debut
Scot Women vs Ire Women at Belfast- May 24, 2021

Teams played for

Scotland Women

About Ailsa Lister

NameAilsa Lister
GenderFemale
Birth8 Apr 2004
Birth PlaceElgin
NationalityScottish

A teenage cricketing sensation, Ailsa Lister is a professional cricketer for the Scottish women’s A team who is just 17 years old. She came into the limelight after she made the shortlist for the Young Sportswoman of the Year category based on her performances for Scotland and her Stoneywood-Dyce national league club.... continue reading

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Player Bio

A teenage cricketing sensation, Ailsa Lister is a professional cricketer for the Scottish women’s A team who is just 17 years old. She came into the limelight after she made the shortlist for the Young Sportswoman of the Year category based on her performances for Scotland and her Stoneywood-Dyce national league club.

A product of Huntly CC, Ailsa debuted for Scotland women’s U-17 team at the age of just 13. She stepped up to Scotland A and then the senior Wildcats’ women’s first team, and was selected for the national squad to play five tour matches against Ireland in Spain 2019.

Having perfected the big gloves, she is focused on improving her batting skills. Ailsa hit her first-ever century as she returned back to her old Huntly stomping ground to play a regional U-16 tournament for Caledonian. She gained a place in the Scotland U-17 ranks when she was only 13 and has kicked on quickly ever since.

Being delighted and shocked to have been selected for the senior squad, her efforts were recognized by the selectors, and to no one’s doubt, Ailsa will soon get her first opportunity to play in an international fixture with the senior team.

(As of May 2021)