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Suzie Bates

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
30
HEIGHT
173CM
BORN

COUNTRY

New Zealand

New Zealand
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Midland-Guildford

Bio

New Zealand international Bates is a highly-accomplished player who won the 2013 ICC ODI Women's Cricketer of the Year. She joined the WA set-up with the Alcohol.Think Again Western Fury in 2012-13. Bates debuted for New Zealand in 2006 and was part of the side which reached the final of the 2009 Women's World Cup. 

During that tournament, Bates took 4-7 in a group game against South Africa and hit a New Zealand record 168 off 105 balls against Pakistan in the Super Sixes. Bates also represented her country in basketball at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but fully committed to cricket in 2011 when given the national team captaincy. She shone in 2013, winning the ICC Women's World Cup Player of the Tournament, after top scoring.

Bates' hundred reasons to down the Aussies

It'll be ODI No.100 for Suzie Bates but the NZ skipper says there'll be no distractions for their WWC17 clash with Australia


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Bates, Huddleston fire White Ferns to victory

Kiwi skipper Suzie Bates' eighth ODI ton and a devastating five-for from Holly Huddlestone helped NZ record a nine-wicket win over Sri Lanka


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'We were 15-20 runs short': Bates

White Ferns skipper Suzie Bates said her side's total of 9-270 was slightly below par, costing them victory against the Southern Stars in the deciding ODI


Frustrated Kiwis searching for answers

The Kiwis were left frustrated after they crashed out of the Women's Cricket World Cup


Bates calls for NZ calm under pressure

Sudden-death final pool match to decide who fills the fourth and final spot in the semi-finals


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Aussies out to spoil Bates' 100th party

NZ captain set for ODI milestone but Australia won't come bearing gifts in vital WWC17 clash