| Right hand batter|
| 23 September 1965 (age 50) (1965-09-23) Maitland, South Australia|
18 January 1990 v New Zealand
6 February 1990 v New Zealand women
Right arm Medium pace
Andrea McCauley Wikipedia
Andrea McCauley (born 23 September 1965) is a former Australian and South Australian cricketer and current head coach of the South Australian Scorpions. McCauley played one Test and one One Day International for the Australia national women's cricket team.
An outstanding all-rounder at State and Australian level from mid 1980s until 2000, McCauley captained the South Australia Women's cricket team in its most successful era to date where SA won 3 National titles during the mid-1990s. McCauley also represented Australia in Indoor Cricket and was named joint player of the Australian Indoor-Cricket Federation's National Master's Championship series in 1998. McCauley represented Olympics, Sturt and West Torrens during her extensive 20 year plus A grade career.
McCauley coached the SA Under 18 women's team, and was South Australian Scorpions assistant coach from 2007 until appointed Head Coach for 2013/14 season. McCauley was also head coach of West Torrens' women's teams. A major trophy named in McCauley's honor is awarded annually by the South Australian Cricket Association to the most outstanding South Australian women cricketer in the Women’s National Cricket League.