Canberra, 6th January. Australian veteran female cricketer Belinda Clarke will become the first female cricketer whose bronze statue will be installed at the Sydney Cricket Ground. A statue of Clarke has been placed at the entrance to the Walk of Honor in Sydney and was unveiled on Thursday ahead of the second day of the third Test against South Africa. It is understood that such a statue is the first of its kind for a female cricketer in the world. The first is respect. It was announced in early 2021. She has joined the elite list of 73 male cricketers to have a statue at the complex. The name of the player who will be installed in the statue was announced on Thursday. Cricket Australia has congratulated Belinda Clarke for this honor. Belinda is a World Cup winner and former captain of Australia. Belinda captained Australia in 101 matches over 12 years and led Australia to World Cup titles in 1997 and 2005.