In a world before the coronavirus pandemic, Georgia Wareham would have proudly visited her hometown and presented a World Cup trophy for everyone to admire.
But 2020 is a different year and with Victoria still recovering from the pandemic, the Mortlake export will join Australian women's teammate and vice-captain Rachael Haynes to virtually show her old club the World Cup trophy at 4.30pm Sunday.
The duo will chat to Mortlake Cricket Club members as a part of a virtual trophy tour celebrating the team's historic ICC Women's World Cup victory earlier this year.
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The trophy tour is being conducted in the lead up to the side's first match since the World Cup, which is the first international cricket game in Australia since March.
The leg-spin star and her all-conquering Australian teammates will take on New Zealand in a six-game trans-Tasman series.
The two teams will play three twenty20s and three one-dayers with the first game kicking off at Allan Border Field in Brisbane on September 26.
Australia will be determined to continue its recent dominance over New Zealand, which it last lost to in early 2017.
Australia has claimed six ODI and five T20Is on the bounce against the White Ferns, while it has held the Rose Bowl Trophy - the silverware awarded for one-day series between the teams - since 2000.
Wareham, who was player-of-the-match the last time the two sides met, is also eager to make an impact in her return to the Australian squad.
The 21-year-old told RSN Radio earlier this month she had spent the winter adding some new tricks to her arsenal.
The Mortlake export wants to ensure her spin becomes a weapon that demands to be wielded by Australia skipper Meg Lanning. "It's about always looking to be really aggressive and taking wickets," she said.
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