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Katherine Brunt

Bowler

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Bowler

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AGE
32
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Barnsley

COUNTRY

England

England

Bio

Brunt is a talented all-rounder, known more so for being a strike bowler with her skiddy right-arm medium-pace. She joins the Scorchers for the 2015-16, having never played domestically in Australia before. The Englishwoman has vast international experience and has twice been nominated for the ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year, while she won the 2014 ICC Women’s Spirit of Cricket Award.

She emerged in 2005 when she was a key part of the Women’s Ashes as England regained the crown and has been a regular in international colours since. Brunt played a key role during England’s twin successes in 2009 when they won the ICC Women’s World T20 and ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup titles. The strike bowler won the Player of the Final award in the 2009 ICC Women’s World T20 after taking 3-6 against New Zealand.

Brunt bounds into fiery return

A wicket on just the fourth ball of the day at the WACA was the perfect return for Scorchers quick Katherine Brunt


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Furious Brunt rages as she gifts Mooney a six

England's Katherine Brunt showed her frustration after parrying a skied hoick from Australia batter Beth Mooney for six in the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20


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Brutal Brunt blasts Aussies in second T20

England allrounder Katherine Brunt struck 32 off just 24 balls including two big sixes in the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20 at Manuka Oval


Gardner back for Scorchers clash

Ashleigh Gardner returns in a boost for the Sixers, but the Scorchers have been dealt a major blow with frontline quicks Katherine Brunt and Piepa Cleary ruled out


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Sixers crowned WBBL|02 champions

A terrific display with the ball has delivered the Sixers their maiden WBBL trophy


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Scorchers bowlers ready to halt Sixers juggernaut

The Perth Scorchers bowling unit is ready to stop the formidable Sydney Sixers batting in WBBL|02 final