9. Leah Poulton
Leah Poulton is a Australian cricketer. She is a specialist batsman and usually opens the batting. She plays for New South Wales in domestic League. She captained New South Wales to the Under-17 national championships in 2000. She was struggling in her first three seasons and was in and out of the team frequently, with an average of only 24 runs in her second and third seasons combined. But she regularly captained Australia’s Under-19 and Under-23 teams during this time. Poulton was rewarded with international selection in the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand at the start of the 2006–07season and she scored her maiden century in the third match. During 2008 winter, she traveled to play for Nottinghamshire in England county, and was recalled to the Australian team at the start of the 2008-09 season. After scoring 376 runs with an average of 41.77 in the WNCL 2008, Poulton retained her position in the national team for the 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup and the 2009 World Twenty20. She was a regular member of the playing team in both tournaments.