Making her Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) debut in 2012 at the age of 15, Amanda is the youngest person to represent the state of South Australia in senior cricket. She broke a record that had lasted for over 100 years!
Despite a growing reputation as a leg-spinner, in the 2016–17 season she earned plaudits with the bat. Amanda was South Australia's leading run-scorer in grade cricket with 325 runs at an average of 81.25 prompting international selection. Back with the ball, Amanda took a wicket with her very first ball in ODI’s.
She made her Aussie T20 debut v New Zealand in 2017, with figures of 3/15 on debut and 4/16 in the final match of the series. In December of that year, she was named in the ICC Women's T20I Team of the Year.
One of Amanda’s greatest moments came in the WBBL Eliminator match of 2021–22 – she took the best figures in the history of the competition, with five-for-eight from her four overs. It was her 100th match in the WBBL and included her 100th WBBL wicket.