One of the most talented young players in Tasmanian Cricket, powerful batter and wicker keeper Emma Manix-Geeves has been nothing short of dominant at state level in the past two years, and will hope to showcase the same form with the Tigers.
Winner of the Kim Fazackerley medal in 2020/21, Manix-Geeves smashed 612 Premier Cricket runs at a clip of just above 55, including a sizzling 108*. Incredibly, she has gone one better so far throughout 2022, averaging 77 through nine innings and leading the competition in runs at the time of writing.
A former member of the Hobart Hurricanes, Manix-Geeves was also part of the 1868 commemoration tour of England, becoming one of the first ever Indigenous female cricketers to tour the UK.
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