Named as an alternate in the side, Lowe will travel with the Australian Women’s Lacrosse team to compete at the FIL World Cup, to be held in England in mid-July.  

The team will then go on to Poland to play in the International World Games later that month.

“There is sometimes a bit of overlap with trainings and commitments between cricket and lacrosse at times – it’s a bit of a juggling act,” said Lowe, who has been part of the Scorpions squad since the 2010-11 season.

“At times you just have to miss things though, which is unfortunate. Luckily my coaches are so understanding and supportive.”

Lowe has played lacrosse since the age of nine, following in the footsteps of her father and uncle.

Her Wednesday nights are spent representing her State League team, the Burnside Bears, while club training takes place Tuesday and Thursday nights, and Aussie team commitments on Sundays and Mondays.

Six years after participating in the Under-19 Lacrosse World Cup in Germany, the 25-year-old has earnt her first opportunity to perform for Australia at a senior level.

“I’m just really looking forward to the opportunity to see the best lacrosse in the world and potentially be a part of that,” Lowe said.

“If I get a chance to play, I’ll be putting the past two years of hard work in to practice.”