Tahlia McGrath Siblings: Meet Brother Josh McGrath and Sister Kayla McGrath

Tahlia McGrath, an Australian cricketer known for her skills as a right-handed all-rounder, has represented various teams including Australia Women, Adelaide Strikers Women, Australia Governor Generals XI, Thunder, Australia Women A, Southern Brave Women, Cricket Australia XI Women, and South Australia Scorpions.

Learn more about Tahlia McGrath’s siblings as we delve into her family background.

Tahlia McGrath Siblings: Meet Brother Josh McGrath and Sister Kayla McGrath

Tahlia McGrath has two siblings: her brother Josh McGrath and sister Kayla McGrath. However, there is limited information available about their lives as they have largely remained out of the public eye.

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Born on November 10, 1995, in Adelaide, McGrath’s cricketing journey was deeply influenced by her father, Glenn McGrath, a renowned Australian bowler. Her early exposure to the game came from watching her father play, eventually leading to both father and daughter representing their country simultaneously.

Initiating her cricket career in South Australia, McGrath’s breakthrough came in 2016 when she made her debut for the national team at the age of 21. Since then, she has consistently excelled, earning recognition as a top player in both batting and bowling. Notably, McGrath captained the Adelaide Strikers in the Women’s Big Bash League.

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Having showcased her talent at the domestic level, McGrath earned her international debut in Women’s One Day International against South Africa in November 2016. It took almost a year for her to make her Test debut, which occurred in a day-night match against England Women in 2017, where she participated in both matches held in Sydney.

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McGrath’s T20 debut came against India Women’s Cricket at Carrara in January 2021. In the Women’s Premier League 2023 auction, she was acquired by UP Warriors for RS 1.4 Crores, reflecting her growing prominence in the cricketing world.

Source: Kingaziz.com