Danielle Wyatt


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She was player of the match in the 2011-12 WNCL final


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Wyatt returned to the Victorian squad for 2015-16 after she played the 2011-12 season with the side.

The allrounder was awarded Player of the Final in her last game, which was also the team's most recent title, when she snared 3-23 and made 38 in the 2012 WT20 Final.  

The 24-year-old has represented England in one-day internationals and Twenty20s since making her debut against India in 2010, becoming a regular in the England Women set-up.

She enjoyed a promising start to her career with Staffordshire, whom she made her County Championship debut for aged 14 in 2005.

Wyatt has signed with the Melbourne Renegades in the WBBL.

I was chilled out there, says Wyatt

England's star opener Danni Wyatt reveals her mindset during her incredible century in Canberra and what she kept asking her captain Heather Knight

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Wyatt smashes England's first-ever T20I century

England's Danni Wyatt put Australia to the sword with her country's first-ever T20 hundred in a record run-chase in the final Commonwealth Bank Ashes T20

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Match Highlights: 'Gades make it three in a row

Danni Wyatt led the Melbourne Renegades to their third consective victory with a commanding five wicket win over the Melbourne Stars at Etihad Stadium

Match Recap: 'Gades defeat Stars

Melbourne Renegades make it three in a row with a commanding victory over the Melbourne Stars at Etihad Stadium


Match Recap: Renegades defeat Scorchers

Melbourne Renegades make it two in a row with a hard-fought five-wicket victory over the Perth Scorchers

WBBL fostering international relations

Standard of the game already raised by the first edition and it will only get better, the international stars of WBBL|02 believe