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Anya Shrubsole was born on 7 December, 1991 in Bath, United Kingdom, is an England cricketer. At 29 years old, Anya Shrubsole height not available right now. We will update Anya Shrubsole's height soon as possible.

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Anya Shrubsole Age 31 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 7 December 1991
Birthday 7 December
Birthplace Bath, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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In October 2018, she was named in England's squad for the 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies. In February 2019, she was awarded a full central contract by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for 2019. In June 2019, the ECB named her in England's squad for their opening match against Australia to contest the Women's Ashes. In January 2020, she was named in England's squad for the 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Australia. In England's match against Pakistan, Shrubsole took her 100th wicket in WT20I cricket.


Shrubsole was a member of the winning women's team at the 2017 World Cup held in England, and was voted player of the game in the final at Lord's with a match-winning 6/46. These are also the best ever bowling figures by any woman cricketer in a Women's Cricket World Cup final. Her contribution to England's success was recognised by the award of an MBE in the Queen's 2018 New Year Honours list. In April 2018 she was named one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year for her part in the 2017 World Cup victory.


She is the holder of one of the first tranche of 18 ECB central contracts for women players, which were announced in April 2014.


Shrubsole made her ODI debut against South Africa on 14 August 2008. Opening the bowling, she took the wicket of Marcia Letsoalo as England recorded a comfortable victory. Nine days later, Shrubsole took three wickets on her Twenty20 International debut against South Africa, and was subsequently named woman of the match.

She won the Most Promising Young Women's Cricketer Award at the end of the 2008 season, and was called up to England's squad for the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. She took a career-best 5 for 11 in the first T20 international against New Zealand in February 2012.


Shrubsole's first match of the 2007 season brought her best career bowling return in women's List A cricket. With Somerset defending 206, she opened the bowling for her county, claiming seven wickets – including those of Surrey's top six batsman. After her strong start to the season, Shrubsole only managed one more wicket in the Championship, in Somerset's second match, against Berkshire. Her eight wickets were still enough for her to finish second among Somerset wicket-takers in 2007. The Rubies won all six matches in the Super Fours, during which Shrubsole claimed two wickets, though her bowling was expensive: her economy of 4.21 was the worst on the team. Despite this, Shrubsole opened the bowling for an ECB Women's Invitation XI in a Twenty20 match against England.

Shrubsole played two matches for the England Development Squad against the touring South Africans in early August, claiming a wicket in each match to help the English side win them both. She then travelled with the Development Squad to compete in the 2007 Women's European Championship, playing all three of England's matches as they remained undefeated to win the tournament.


In 2005 Shrubsole made her first appearance in the Super Fours – a competition in which the England selectors place the 48 leading players into four teams – playing one Twenty20 for the Braves. Shrubsole remained 16 not out at the close of the Braves innings, and claimed two wickets in the following innings as the V Team won by four wickets. Her performances in the County Championship brought her fewer wickets than in the previous season, the young bowler claiming two in the competition. In contrast, she improved significantly on her highest batting total, posting a score of 41 not out during a big victory over Surrey in July. The following season saw Shrubsole begin the season playing as a specialist batsman. She did not bowl until her sixth match of the season. She continued to bowl infrequently through the season and, despite playing all six County Championship matches for Somerset, only bowled 131 balls, 133 fewer than fellow medium-pace bowler Hannah Lloyd. Her batting during the season saw her finish as Somerset's second-highest run-scorer with 127 runs. Her performances in the Super Fours were less impressive: in three 50-over and two 20-over contests, she scored seven runs and did not claim a wicket. After the close of the English women's domestic season, Shrubsole appeared for the MCC's women's side against the touring Indians in a Twenty20.


Although she played youth cricket for Somerset Women, appearing in both the Under-15 and Under-17 Women's County Championships, Shrubsole made her first-team début for the county at the age of 12. Facing Berkshire in the Women's County Championship, Shrubsole claimed two wickets in her six overs after opening the bowling alongside Steph Davies, helping Somerset to a four-wicket victory. She scored her first runs in women's List A cricket in the following match, remaining ten not out against Staffordshire. Though she only played three of Somerset's five fixtures in the 2004 competition, Shrubsole finished with the county's second-best bowling average, her five wickets in the competition coming at an average of 11.20.


Anya Shrubsole MBE (born 7 December 1991) is an English international cricketer and world cup winner. She has been a member of the England women's cricket team since 2008. A right-arm medium pace bowler and lower-order right-handed batsman, she plays her domestic cricket for Berkshire Women and for Western Storm in the Women's Cricket Super League. In 2018, she became the first woman to appear on the cover of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.


Anya is the daughter of Ian Shrubsole, who made two Minor Counties appearances for Wiltshire in the early 1990s, Anya Shrubsole was born in Bath, Somerset, and attended Hayesfield Girls' School.