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Phoebe is a stylish left-handed batter and at age 20 is regarded as one of the most precocious young batting talents in women's cricket.

Phoebe plays for the NSW Breakers in the WNCL and the Sydney Thunder in the WBBL. She made her WBBL debut on 18 October 2019, aged just 16. In just her second match for the Thunder, she became the youngest player to make a half century in the WBBL.

In WBBL 7, she won the Young Gun award for best player Under 21 years of age, having scored 263 runs in the tournament. 

Phoebe was then selected for Australia A and top scored in the first ODI v England A, scoring 54 off 78 balls and did it again in the third ODI hitting 76 off 98. 

In October 2022, Phoebe scored her maiden WNCL century, a chanceless 107 off only 105 balls v WA. 

In November, 2022 Phoebe's performances were rewarded with selection in the Australian squad to Tour in India for 5 x T20's in December. She made her T20I debut for Australia in the second match of the series.  

Phoebe them made her ODI debut v Pakistan on 16 January 2023, receiving Australian cap #148 and top scored with 67 not out. She followed it up in the next match scoring 78 not out to win Player of the Match. 

At the end of the three-match ODI series, v Pakistan Phoebe has the incredible average of 154. 

In June, 2023, Phoebe made her Test debut, opening the batting for Australia, scoring 23 and a crucial 2nd innings 46 v England in the first Ashes match of the series. 

Phoebe scored her maiden century for Australia in an ODI v Ireland in July 2023, scoring 106 no off just 114 balls. 

Following the Australian Tour, Phoebe joined the Northern Supercharges in The Hundred in the UK and continued to showcase her amazing batting prowess, finishing as 3rd highest run scorer in the competition.

In October, 2023, Phoebe hit the fastest ever T20I half century, taking just 18 balls to complete her 50 against the West Indies.