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Sarah Jennifer Bryce

Team flagSCO24 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
#66 Batter in ODI
#41 Batter in T20I

Professional Details

RoleWicket-keeper
Batsright handed . middle order
Bowlsna .

Teams played for

Scotland Women

Personal Details

NameSarah Jennifer Bryce
GenderFemale
Birth8 Jan 2000
Birth PlaceEdinburgh, Scotland
NationalityScottish

The younger sister of the current skipper of the Scotland women’s team, Sarah Bryce is a flashy top-order batter who broke into the national squad in 2015 at the age of 15. Born in Edinburgh, she started playing both hockey and cricket along with the boys for her school team.... continue reading

Player Bio

The younger sister of the current skipper of the Scotland women’s team, Sarah Bryce is a flashy top-order batter who broke into the national squad in 2015 at the age of 15. Born in Edinburgh, she started playing both hockey and cricket along with the boys for her school team.

Sarah made her debut for the Wildcats team against Somerset in 2015, aged 15, before gaining her first international cap against Papua New Guinea in the global T20 qualifiers in Thailand in 2018. Her breakthrough season came in 2017, in Essex where Scotland qualified for the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier in Sri Lanka. She scored 109 runs in the tournament and also proved to be a very handy wicket-keeper for the Scottish women’s team.

She made her senior debut for Scotland against Uganda in the World Twenty20 Qualifier in 2018 and was the leading run-scorer for Scotland in the tournament, with 162 runs in five matches. Following the conclusion of the tournament, she was named as the rising star of Scotland’s squad by the International Cricket Council(ICC).

In August 2019, she was named as the captain of Scotland’s squad for the 2019 Netherlands Women’s Quadrangular Series and in October 2019 was named in the ICC’s women’s global development squad playing in a 5 match series in Australia.

At the age of 21, she was nominated for the ICC's Associate Cricketer of the Decade award, which was won by her sister, Kathryn Bryce. Currently, she is the deputy of the Scotland women’s team which is captained by her elder sister.

(As of May 2021)