MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 27: Victorian and Australian women's cricket team representative Meg Lanning dives for a catch during a photo shoot at Quarry Park on October 27, 2011 in Melbourne

C20: Twenty catches you must look at

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER Victorian and Australian women's cricket team representative Meg Lanning dives for a catch during a photo shoot at Quarry Park on October 2011 in Melbourne

Meg Lanning following her quick-fire 87 from 71 balls in the opening #RoseBowl match v NZ

Meg Lanning following her quick-fire 87 from 71 balls in the opening #RoseBowl match v NZ

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Meg Lanning - Australian Cricket

Meg Lanning - Australian Cricket

Meg Lanning & Sarah Coyte celebrate the wicket of Amy Satterthwaite #SSvNZ

Meg Lanning Sarah Coyte celebrate the wicket of Amy Satterthwaite

When Meg Lanning is on song, the only thing to do is sit back and enjoy the show – or if you’re in the direct vicinity,duck for cover. The Aussie opening batsman is probably the most destructive force in women’s cricket, a rare player who can take the game away from a side before they know it.

TNT meet the rising star of Australian cricket, Meg Lanning

Meghann 'Meg' Lanning. An opening batsman and captain for the Australian cricket team. At the 2014 twenty20 World Cup she scored 126 runs from 65 balls, the highest individual innings score in a women's international. She's played 45 One Day International (ODI) and 67 Twenty20 international matches.

Meghann 'Meg' Lanning. An opening batsman and captain for the Australian cricket team. At the 2014 twenty20 World Cup she scored 126 runs from 65 balls, the highest individual innings score in a women's international. She's played 45 One Day International (ODI) and 67 Twenty20 international matches.

Meg Lanning scored a brisk 52 (with 8 fours) before she was dismissed lbw by Anisa Mohammed.

Australia v West Indies, Women's - Final Cricket Photos

Meg Lanning of Australia sweeps during her unbeaten knock of 30 with 5 boundaries, Australia v South Africa, Women's World T20, Nagpur, March 18, 2016. Australia won the match with 105/4 in 18.3 overs.

Meg Lanning of Australia sweeps during her unbeaten knock of 30 with 5 boundaries, Australia v South Africa, Women's World Nagpur, March Australia won the match with in overs.

Meg Lanning & Leah Poulton walk out to bat during the first #RoseBowl series match at the SCG

Meg Lanning & Leah Poulton walk out to bat during the first series match at the SCG


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