The supremely talented allrounder Amelia Kerr became the youngest WHITE FERN ever when she debuted at the age of 16 against Pakistan at Lincoln in late 2016.
The Wellington Blaze leg-spinner set a new world batting record in women's one-day cricket with her 232* against Ireland in Dublin, age 17 at the time.
Kerr also starred at the 2017 World Cup, playing all six pool games, claiming 10 ten wickets at an average of 22.40, with an economy rate of 4.48.
Now a senior leader in the WHITE FERNS environment, Kerr has established herself as one of the world's best allrounders and an integral part of the WHITE FERNS batting and bowling groups.
Kerr's googly is regarded as one of the best in world cricket and she has cemented herself in the critical number three position in both formats.
She registered her second ODI century against India in January 2022 in the lead up to the home World Cup in New Zealand and played an integral role in the WHITE FERNS' Commonwealth Games campaign where they captured a bronze medal.
Kerr's achievements saw her named the ANZ International T20 Women's Player of the Year for the 2020/21 season and she picked up the ANZ International ODI Women's Player of the Year the following year.
Kerr has plied her trade in leagues around the world - for the Brisbane Heat in the WBBL, the London Spirit in The Hundred, and was recently picked up by Mumbai Indians in the auction for the inaugural WPL in India.