Kirstie Gordon made her debut for Scotland in 2012 when she was just 14 years old. She was a mainstay in the national side until 2018 when she switched to England.
Quickly called up to the England squad, Gordon took part in the 2018 Women's T20 World Cup and took 3 for 16 on debut.
She joined Loughborough Lightning in 2018 and was the side's most economical bowler in 2020 - conceding just 3.48 runs an over.
In 2021, she shook off the disappointment of losing her central ECB contract, taking 16 wickets in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy to finish the season as not only the country's leading domestic spinner but also the leading List A bowler.
She added a further three wickets in the 2021 Charlotte Edwards Cup while in 2022, she picked up 11 wickets in all formats, including a team-leading nine wickets at 17.77 in 50-over cricket.
Gordon will captain The Blaze in 2023.
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