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Entered on roll: 2005
Kim Fazackerley was born in Hobart and attended Clarence High School and Rosny College. Kim is the only Tasmanian woman cricketer to have been selected for both Test and International Cricket matches. Her Test match debut was in the 1991-92 season against England and she made her One Day International debut in the same season.
Kim played three Tests and nine One Day Internationals for Australia between 1991 and 1996. She was an opening fast bowler for Australia and an all-rounder in State cricket and represented and captained Tasmania, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory. She is a qualified Level 2 Australian Cricket Board Accredited Coach and has coached several teams including Mullumbimby Brunswick Men’s Club and the Beenleigh Logan Women’s Club.
A talented sportswoman, Kim has represented Tasmania, ACT, Queensland and Australia in indoor cricket. She also represented Tasmania in junior softball and lacrosse.
Kim is currently living on the Gold Coast and is employed as a paramedic with the Queensland Ambulance Service (Gold Coast region). Kim is also a qualified remedial massage therapist and is the Head Sports Trainer for the Beenleigh Buffaloes AFL club.