Danielle Wyatt


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Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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Wyatt posted England’s first two centuries in Women's T20I cricket during the winter of 2017/18 - 100 against Australia at Canberra and 124 against India at Mumbai.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin







Danielle Wyatt was only 14 when she first played for Staffordshire in 2005. Her ODI and T20I debuts came five years later against India.

Having represented England in over a hundred T20Is, Wyatt's power hitting has proven to be handy on many occasions, especially at the top order of the lineup. This has been in the case in the domestic circuit too, with her strike rate in the 2015 Women's County Championship ending up at 136.13.

She also played five games in the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup, with useful contributions en route her side's title conquest.

Having represented the Melbourne Renegades since the inaugural edition, Wyatt has been a crowd-favourite at the Big Bash League too.

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