Belinda Clark has an impressive record as a player and as captain. She has a batting average of 45.9 over her 25 test innings and 47.49 over 118 ODI matches in an international career spanning 14 years. She captained Australia for 12 years, leading them to two World Cup titles (1997 and 2005). She remains the only Australian, male or female, to have scored a double century in a one day international. She continues to serve the game as CEO of Cricket Australia's Commonwealth Bank Centre of Excellence in Queensland.
Via the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.