Faith Thomas, first Indigenous Australian Test cricketer, dies | Cricket News

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Thomas, who has died aged 90, hailed for her ‘groundbreaking contribution’ to cricket.

The first Indigenous woman to represent Australia in sport has been hailed for her “groundbreaking contribution” to cricket after dying aged 90.

Faith Thomas (nee Coulthard) padded up against England in 1958 in Melbourne…

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