Younger sister of Scotland captain Kathryn Bryce, Sarah is a talented top-order batter who broke into the national squad in 2015 at the age of 15.
Born in Edinburgh, Sarah attended George Watsons College where she played hockey for the school 1st XI along with cricket for both the boys’ and girls’ 1st XI. Sarah currently attends Loughborough University.
Sarah made her debut for the Wildcats team against Somerset in 2015, aged 15, before gaining her first international cap against Papa New Guinea in the global T20 qualifiers in Thailand later that year.
She had an excellent tournament in Essex where Scotland qualified for the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier in Sri Lanka in early 2017. In this she scored 109 runs in the tournament and also proved to be a very handy wicket-keeper. She made her WT20I debut for Scotland against Uganda in the World Twenty20 Qualifier in 2018 and was the leading run-scorer for Scotland in the tournament, with 162 runs in five matches. Following the conclusion of the tournament, she was named as the rising star of Scotland’s squad by the International Cricket Council.
In August 2019, she was named as the captain of Scotland’s squad for the 2019 Netherlands Women’s Quadrangular Series and in October 2019 was named in the ICC’s women’s global development squad playing in a 5 match series in Australia. When back at home in Edinburgh she plays club cricket for Watsonians.
When not playing cricket, Sarah is heavily involved in music at school playing both viola and piano and being part of several choirs, bands and orchestras. She is currently studying for advanced highers and is planning a gap year prior to heading to university.