Grace Gibbs

The quick was part of an England Under-19 side which faced South Africa in 2013, an achievement she rates as her best in cricket

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Date of birth: May 1, 1995

Role: Right-arm medium fast, right-hand bat 

Gibbs represents Kent in county cricket and has also been part of the England academy setup.

Without proving a dominant force, she was a consistent member of Oval Invincibles' title-winning side in the inaugural edition of The Hundred, while she also played a key role in South East Stars' Charlotte Edwards Cup-winning side, featuring in five of their seven matches.

In the 2020 season Gibbs served notice of her potential as a late-order hitter for the Stars, smashing 30 from 15 from No.8 against Southern Vipers.

The quick was part of an England Under-19 side which faced South Africa in 2013.

Alongside England international (and fellow Star) Bryony Smith and England men's international Ollie Pope, Grace is an ambassador for the London Cricket Trust, a charity formed by Essex, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey County Cricket Clubs which aims to 'put cricket back into London's parks'.

Her sporting hero is Jessica Ennis-Hill.

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