At 17, Grace Scrivens was one of the younger players involved in the inaugural Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, but she highlighted her ability by making 72 against Western Storm.
When Scrivens was just 15 years of age, she was selected to join the England Academy programme training squad as reward for a series of fine performances in county cricket for Kent, including a season-long average of 46.16 with the bat.
She also featured as Kent secured the County Championship title and was a key part of the Kent Under-17 side that won the Vitality National T20 Competition and the under-15 squad that claimed Royal London glory in 2019.
She is one of few left-handed batters on the domestic circuit and underlined her potential by finishing the 2021 campaign as Sunrisers' fourth-highest run-scorer in the Heyhoe Flint Trophy. Only Cordelia Griffith made more runs for the region in the Charlotte Edwards Cup.
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