A five-time World Cup winning captain and 13-time National Indoor Cricket champion, Coleman is widely regarded as one of the greatest to have ever played the game.

Taking on the captaincy of the national indoor team in 2005, Jude led Australia to international glory on multiple occasions, lifting the World Cup trophy seven times; including five as captain.

A five-time Monika Brogan medallist (awarded to the Player of the National Championships), the bowling allrounder was known for her fearsome swing with ball in hand as well as her dominance with the bat.

 

Representing Queensland at 18 National Indoor Cricket Championships, Jude has been a staple of the indoor cricket in Australia for close to two decades.

Beginning her indoor cricket journey began at age 16 when invited to fill-in for a family friend’s team, the Queensland native was playing for Ipswich within a year, quickly cementing herself within the sport.

A well-respected captain, teammate, competitor and now Hall of Fame inductee, the South Australian Cricket Association congratulates Jude on this honour.