Name: Elizabeth Priddle
Club: Fochabers CC
How and why did you get involved in cricket?: I was always one if those annoying little sisters who liked to copy her brothers and so when one of my older brothers Chris started playing I always went along with him and that's where it all started.
Any family connections to sport?: My father plays hockey for the RAF, my brother Chris plays cricket and hockey and is Sports Union President of Stirling university, and my other brother Tim is a keen road cyclist.
Your first ever sporting success?: Scored my maiden century (103*) at the age of 16 becoming the youngest female in Scotland to score a century in a men's league match, and the following year won the highest batting average for the reserve league becoming the first female to win an award in the league.
First international / ‘big time’ call-up: I think it was against England development XI in 2010 European championships
What is your biggest passion away from sport?: Baking