Wicketkeeper/batter Ellie Threlkald started playing cricket at the age of 9/10, represented the Lancashire County Age Groups at Under 11s, and was captain of the Under 13s side that won the County Championship.
She was part of the Under 17 team that won the Royal London Girls Under 17 County Cup in 2015 and was named Lancashire's junior player of the year for girls in 2014 aged 15, and in 2016 when 17 years-old.
Ellie made her senior debut for Lancashire Women in the 2013 T20 Midlands/North Division Final, and her 50-over bow followed in 2014. She was named the young player of the year in the LCB Women's awards in 2015, helping Lancashire gain promotion from Division Two of the T20 competition.
Another promotion season followed in 2016 in the County Championship while last year Ellie was a double-winner as Lancashire claimed both Division One crowns in the 50-over County Championship/Royal London Cup and NatWest T20 competitions. She has 30 catches and 42 stumpings from her 65 games for the senior Women’s teams.
Ellie has been ever-present in the Lancashire Thunder side, and this is her third season with the Kia Super League team.
Favourite TV Programme: Friends
Favourite Food: Paella
One thing you can't live without: My phone
T20 walk out song: A Sky Full of Stars by Coldplay
Biggest influence in your cricket journey: My older brother.