Widely regarded as one of New Zealand's brightest talents, top-order batter Georgia Plimmer is yet another player hailing from the Wellington suburb of Tawa.
Plimmer broke onto the domestic scene for the Wellington Blaze during the 2020/21 season, demonstrating her athletic abilities in the field and maturity beyond her years at the batting crease.
Following impressive performances with the bat in both the 2021/22 Dream11 Super Smash and the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield campaigns Plimmer was invited to take part in WHITE FERNS training camps where she continued to show her talent to the WHITE FERNS selectors.
Plimmer's performances were eventually rewarded with a call-up to the WHITE FERNS squad for the 2022 ICC Women's World Cup in New Zealand as an injury replacement for Lauren Down.
She was offered her first New Zealand central contract for the 2022/23 season and made her international debut at the age of 18 against Australia in the Commonwealth Games, as the WHITE FERNS went on to claim a bronze medal.
Plimmer was selected in the first ever New Zealand Women's Under 19 squad for the ICC U19 World Cup in South Africa, where her performances saw her selected in the overall Team of the Tournament.