Cricketer England Charlotte Edwards Biography

Cricketer England Charlotte Edwards Biography, Charlotte Marie Edwards is famously known as Charlotte Edward is a retired professional cricketer and a former captain of England women cricket team

Cricketer England Charlotte Edwards Biography
Charlotte Edwards England Women Cricket Captain Biography

Full name Charlotte Marie Edwardsengland cricketer Charlotte Marie Edwards

Born December 17, 1979, Huntingdon

Major teams East Anglia Women, England Women, Kent Women, Northern Districts Women

Playing role Top-order batsman

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak

Relation Father - C Edwards

Batting and fielding averages

  Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 23 43 5 1676 117 44.10     4 9     10 0
ODIs 191 180 23 5992 173* 38.16     9 46     52 0
T20Is 95 93 14 2605 92* 32.97 2436 106.93 0 12 338 10 16 0

Bowling averages

  Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 23 20 1118 577 12 2/28 2/54 48.08 3.09 93.1 0 0 0
ODIs 191 51 1627 1174 54 4/30 4/30 21.74 4.32 30.1 2 0 0
T20Is 95 21 303 330 9 3/21 3/21 36.66 6.53 33.6 0 0 0

Career statistics

Charlotte Edwards Profile 

Charlotte Edwards happened to the most noteworthy figures ever during her 20-year international profession, for 10 of which she was England captain before everything arrived at an unexpected end in 2016. Edwards turned into the most youthful lady to have played for England when she made her introduction against New Zealand at Guildford as the age of 16 - Holly Colvin later turned into the most youthful, matured 15, in the principal Ashes Test in 2005 - and proceeded to be key to the advancement, or even transformation, of the ladies' diversion. 

Edwards was anything yet out of her depth when she started, and in 1997 smashed 12 centuries, including one off 118 balls against the touring South Africans. The day preceding her eighteenth birthday, she scored a then-record ODI score of 173 not out in a World Cup match against Ireland. In 1998-99 she scored her lady Test hundred against India in any case, while as yet scoring runs, she didn't score the same number of keeps running as had been normal. In 2000, she was sidelined by a genuine cruciate tendon injury sustained while playing hockey which made her miss practically the majority of the 2001 season. When she returned, she demonstrated no hint that her ability had been diminished by the lay-off and continued in the equivalent punishing vein. 

In 2005 she ventured up from her job as England bad habit captain to take full charge of the side when Clare Connor was injured, and was appointed full-time when Connor resigned in Walk 2006. Edwards captained England to a third-place finish in the Quadrangular Arrangement in Chennai in 2007 and a home arrangement misfortune to New Zealand. Be that as it may, at that point came the turnaround as England retained the Ashes in Australia, beat New Zealand away and India 4-0 at home. Toward the beginning of the World Cup 2009 in Australia, England were top picks for the trophy and Edwards drove an inspired group to the title, dropping just a single amusement all the while. Later that equivalent year, they verified the inaugural World T20 title under her administration. 

She was granted a MBE in June that year for her administrations to cricket and continued to be at the cutting edge of the amusement both in England and all around, taking seats on boards of trustees with MCC and ICC. In 2013 she drove England to consecutive Ashes triumphs despite the fact that the group's record in worldwide competitions endured a shot with various close misses. In 2014 she was a piece of the gathering England players to be granted focal decreases by the ECB, another real achievement for the ladies' diversion, yet group achievement wound up more earnestly to find. The Ashes were surrendered in 2015 pursued by a semi-final exit to Australia at the World T20 in India which would demonstrate her final international appearance.