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Anya Shrubsole

England

Anya Shrubsole is an English cricketer who plays as a bowler in the WT20I, WODIs and WTests in the England Women's National Cricket Team. Anya Shrubsole was born on 7 December 1991 in Bath, Somerset, England.International careerSana Mir made her T20I debut 23 August 2008 against South Africa and ODI debut 14 August 2008 against South Africa, Test debut 11 Oc...Read More

Personal Informetion

Full Name Anya Shrubsole
Playing Role Bowler
Batting Style Right Handed Bat
Bowling Style Right-arm medium
Fielding Position Anywhere on Ground
Birth Place Bath, Somerset, England

ICC Rankings

Test ODI T20
Batting 76
Bowler 10 16

Batting Career Statistics

M Runs HS Avg SR 100 200 50 C/S
Test 6 62 20 6.88 24.03 0 0 0 1/–
ODI 70 258 32* 12.28 86.00 0 0 0 13/–
T20 69 100 29 11.11 106.38 0 0 0 14/–
IPL

Bowling Career Statistics

M B Wkts Avg Econ BBI BBM 5W 10W
Test 6 1260 17 29.23 2.36 4/51 7/99 0 0
ODI 70 3318 90 25.62 4.16 6/46 6/46 2 0
T20 69 1382 90 14.80 5.78 5/11 5/11 1 0
IPL

Career information

Test debut 11 October 2013 vs Australia at Wormsley
ODI debut 14 August 2008 vs South Africa at Shenley
T20 debut 23 August 2008 vs South Africa at at Northampton

Domestic team info

Years Team
2008/08-present England Women

Family information

Father Ian Shrubsole
Sister Lauren Shrubolo

Profile

Anya Shrubsole is an English cricketer who plays as a bowler in the WT20I, WODIs and WTests in the England Women's National Cricket Team. Anya Shrubsole was born on 7 December 1991 in Bath, Somerset, England.

International career

Sana Mir made her T20I debut 23 August 2008 against South Africa and ODI debut 14 August 2008 against South Africa, Test debut 11 October 2013 against Australia.

Domestic team information

  • 2004 - 2018 - Somerset
  • 2016 - Western Storm
  • 2016 - Perth Scorchers
  • 2019 - Berkshire

Family

She is the daughter of Ian Shrubsole. Her younger sister is Lauren Shrubolo, she is a cricketer.

Honors and Titles 

Shrubsole was a member of the winning team in the 2017 women's World Cup held in England, who took 6/46 wickets while bowling against India in the final match, which played an important role in winning the cup to the team.

Last Updated: 29 Apr 20 by