After playing with the ball in the warm-up match with the Indian women’s team, the young Australian walker Stella Campbell hopes to realize her “dream” of making her ODI debut in the upcoming series against tourists.
The 19-year-old was the home team’s pitcher’s choice. She scored an amazing 38 three-pointer to help the Australian team lose 36 points to the tourist in a warm-up game of more than 50 games on Saturday.
“(ODI debut) will be a dream come true, but I just enjoy the experience here, learn and improve as much as possible. But if this happens, it will be a very cool opportunity,” Campbell told cricket.com.au.
Campbell got rid of the duo of Indian star batsmen Shafali Verma and Richard Ghosh at the beginning of the game, and subsequently fired Snellana, thus proving her international debut.
As one of the three promising Australian fast players in the team, this tall speed athlete can generate extra speed and jumping ability.
“It’s very simple-I’m a tall, fast bowler, so they just want me to run hard, throw the ball fast and be a scarer,” said Campbell, who was over six feet tall.
“In the past few seasons, this has been my role (in the Sydney 76ers), so I think I can really do it,” she added.
Speaking of the warm-up match, Campbell said: “I feel good. I think my rhythm is good. I feel comfortable and relaxed during the process, so I can go out and do what I do best.”