Tahlia Wilson looks to continue top form for NSW Breakers

LOOKING FORWARD: Albion Park cricketer Tahlia Wilson. Picture: Sylvia Liber
LOOKING FORWARD: Albion Park cricketer Tahlia Wilson. Picture: Sylvia Liber

Tahlia Wilson will look to continue her good form with the bat as the NSW Breakers charge towards the Women's National Cricket League title.

The Albion Park talent scored a mature 64 not out in NSW's last WNCL match, a seven-wicket win over ACT on January 23.

Batting at first drop, the 20-year-old is set to be a key figure again when the Breakers host Tasmania at North Sydney Oval on Tuesday, before facing Western Australia at the same venue this Thursday.

With several stars - including Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes and Ashleigh Gardner - representing Australia in the Twenty20 Tri-Nation Series, the Breakers unveiled a new-look squad for the double header on Monday.

Teenagers Hannah Darlington, Maddy Darke and Anika Learoyd are all chances to make their WNCL debuts for NSW this week.

The Breakers sit on top of the ladder and this week marks their last regular season games. The final will be held on February 16.

This story Wilson looks to continue top form first appeared on Illawarra Mercury.