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It has been revealed that Aussie cricketer, Sarah Elliott, who scored a century in the Baggy Greens' first Test against England, did so in between breastfeeding her nine-month-old son.

The Victoria native hit 16 fours en-route a match-turning 104 knock, feeding her son, Sam, at the lunch and tea intervals.

Elliot was said to be back in the gym just six weeks after giving birth.

The night before the start of her innings Elliott also had to get up four times in the night to feed Sam.

Elliot told The Guardian that her son wasn't sleeping through yet but that she wanted to make the most "of what might be my only opportunity".

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