Liz was born in Dundee, her family then moved to Fochabers where she grew up from the age of four. In 2000 Liz then moved to Saudi Arabia for 3 years, which is where she started playing cricket in an after-school club with her brother. On return to the UK in 2003 she and her brother were influenced to join their local club, Fochabers CC, who play in the North of Scotland league.
Liz continued to play for them for a period of years, scoring her maiden century for them during a men’s league match, aged 16. Liz then made her debut for Scotland U17 in 2008 and then Scotland Women in 2010 against Wales in the ECB Women’s County Championship. Liz recently played in the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier in February 2017. Liz continues to play club cricket for her new club Egremont CC in Cumbria, where she has proved to be a valuable member of the squad being a powerful striker of the cricket ball.
After finishing school, she attended The University of Dundee where she studied Business Management (Accounting & Finance) for four years, playing for the University and Scotland throughout her time spent there. Having graduated from her undergraduate degree in 2015, she studied a PGDE in Primary Education at the University of Glasgow and now works as a full-time primary teacher in Cumbria. Asides from cricket she loves walking, going to the gym and playing different instruments.