Megan Schutt’s Path to Cricketing Greatness , 6th one to cross big 200 game milestone.

Megan Schutt is on the verge of achieving a significant milestone in her cricket career, as she prepares to become only the sixth player to represent Australia in 200 matches. Despite feeling a tad “old” at the thought of reaching this landmark, Schutt’s determination to maintain her performance at the highest level remains undiminished.

Megan Schutt
Megan Schutt , image – getty image.

Megan Schutt 6TH Australian Player To Achieve This .

The upcoming first ODI against South Africa holds special significance for Schutt, as she is set to reach the 200-match milestone in front of her home crowd at the Adelaide Oval. Joining the esteemed company of Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy, Alex Blackwell, Meg Lanning, and Jess Jonassen in the elite 200 club is a testament to Schutt’s dedication and talent.

Reflecting on her journey, Megan Schutt expressed astonishment at the idea of playing even a single game for Australia, let alone reaching the remarkable milestone of 200 matches. Her humility and gratitude for the opportunity to represent her country shine through as she prepares to etch her name into the annals of Australian cricket history.

“To get to 200 is pretty darn cool, and I think having it at Adelaide Oval is fate in itself and extremely special,” Schutt said.

“I think the most rewarding part is being a bowler and having played that much cricket.

“There’s not many players around that have played as much cricket as I have in that sense – I guess not being an express pace bowler helps me but I think doing that as a bowler is probably a special achievement.”

Megan Schutt's , big 200 game milestone
Megan Schutt’s , big 200 game milestone , image – getty image.

Since her debut in one-day international cricket at North Sydney Oval in December 2012, Megan Schutt has accomplished almost everything a cricketer could dream of: winning World Cups in both white-ball formats, securing Ashes victories both at home and away, and even clinching a Commonwealth Games gold medal.

Despite her extensive list of achievements, the 31-year-old remains as motivated as ever to maintain her position at the pinnacle of her sport. Schutt is determined to reclaim the coveted No.1 bowler ranking before she eventually retires from the game.

Currently ranked second in the ICC’s ODI bowling charts, just behind England spinner Sophie Ecclestone, Megan Schutt‘s hunger for success and determination to excel continue to drive her forward in her cricketing journey.

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I love the game – it’s a stupid game, and there’s so much more failure than success, but I just love it, I love the people that are involved and it’s a game that keeps evolving as well,” she said.

“I keep striving to be better and being a fast bowler in a batter’s game it is quite tough, but I like the challenge.

“As long as my body holds out and as long as Cricket Australia want me (I’ll keep going) … admittedly it’s a bit harder to get out of bed in the mornings but I’ll keep pushing hard at the gym, doing what I can to keep getting a contract and keep playing.

“I’ve been fortunate enough to be number one bowler in the world. I’d love to retake that again before I retire.”

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