Natalie Sciver first impressed everyone in the English domestic circuit during the 2012 and 2013 County Championship seasons, delivering match-winning performances for Surrey. Her international debuts were sure to follow, with the allrounder playing her maiden ODI and T20I games against Pakistan in July 2013. In just her second ODI, she claimed 3 for 28 and took home the Player of the Match award. Not long after in October the same year, Sciver became the first English cricketer, male or female, to take a T20I hat-trick. 2013 continued to be a great year for her as she dominated with the bat in the Ashes series with a staggering average of 100. Sciver's World Cup performances have been equally memorable too. She played a clinical role in handing England the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 title, with a tally of 369 runs in tournament. Sciver continued her form into the World T20 the next year, recording an unbeaten 52 against India and bowling figures of 3-4 against South Africa. The big-hitter announced her arrival in the inaugural WBBL, turning up for the Melbourne Stars and smashing the first ever six in the tournament's history.
In the 2017 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, Sciver and Beaumont recorded the highest ever 4th wicket partnership (170 runs) in the tournament’s history.
Age : 28 years 28 days
Role : Allrounder
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Batting Style : Right Hand
Bowling Style : Right Arm Medium
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