Kathryn Bryce is already a legend in Scotland Women's cricket and she has continued to showcase her exceptional skills during the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier.

At the start of their innings against USA Women, Scotland Women faced setbacks, losing three wickets for just 38 runs. Coming in to bat at No. 3, Kathryn played a crucial role in stabilizing the innings. She forged partnerships with her teammates, Ailsa Lister and Lorna Jack, with calmness and determination, and contributed 57 runs from 51 balls. Her innings, which included 8 boundaries, proved instrumental in helping Scotland Women reach a respectable total of 149 runs.

However, Kathryn’s impact wasn’t limited to batting; she also made significant contributions with the ball. Displaying remarkable bowling skills, she claimed the first four wickets of USA Women's innings. Her exceptional bowling performance left USA Women reeling at just 22 runs for the loss of four wickets. This early blow proved too much for USA Women to recover from, ultimately leading to their defeat by a margin of 44 runs. Kathryn ended the game with impressive bowling figures of 4 wickets for 17 runs in her allotted four overs. Her outstanding all-round performance rightfully earned her the Player of the Match award.

Kathryn’s success in this match further underscored her consistent performances throughout the tournament. In previous games against Uganda Women and Sri Lanka Women, she also made significant contributions with both bat and ball, showcasing her versatility and skill across all facets of the game. As one of Scotland Women's key players, Kathryn Bryce’s stellar performances continue to be instrumental in their quest for success in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier, as they aim to secure a coveted spot in the upcoming Women’s T20 World Cup in Bangladesh.