Madeline Penna (born 30 August 2000) is an Australian cricketer who plays for South Australia in the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) and the Adelaide Strikers in the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL). An all-rounder, she bowls right-arm leg spin and bats right-handed.
Penna made her WNCL debut for the ACT Meteors on 22 September 2019 against Victoria. She scored 14 runs and took one wicket for 24 from seven overs.
Two days before the beginning of the 2019–20 WBBL, Penna had not been selected for any of the teams, but due to an injury to Alana King, the Melbourne Stars offered her a position in their squad. She went wicket less on debut but took four for 20 in her second match, against Sydney Thunder.
Penna joined the Adelaide Strikers for the 2020–21 WBBL. In the final week of the tournament she struck a "whirlwind" half-century against the Hobart Hurricanes, the first by a number seven in WBBL history, scoring 56 from 33 balls including 24 runs off a single over. In the 2020–21 WNCL, Penna made her maiden one-day century, scoring 118 from 100 deliveries to help the ACT Meteors to a 64-run win over Western Australia.