Bridget Patterson had a standout 2018-19 Women’s National Cricket League season, compiling two centuries, including her maiden State ton.
A big-hitting batter and an outstanding fielder, Patterson was named equal second in the 2018-19 WNCL Player of the Year voting, alongside Australian captain Meg Lanning and breakout WA star Heather Graham.
Patterson finished second in the 2018-19 Andrea McCauley Medal Trophy count, behind Tahlia McGrath, but the opening batter is tipped for another strong WNCL season in 2019-20.
Taking the gloves for Kensington in the last couple of seasons, Patterson has been honing her wicketkeeping skills to be a back-up ‘keeper for the Scorpions.
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