Allrounder Nat Sciver was a member of England’s 2017 Cricket World Cup winning squad, scoring a half-century in the final against India.
She has made more than 150 international appearances, with over 4,000 runs and 100-plus wickets to her name, and was one of England's star players at the 2022 World Cup, scoring 148 not out in the final against Australia.
Sciver, who started playing cricket when she was 13, previously represented Surrey Stars in the Kia Super League and was the competition’s fourth-highest runscorer (930).
Sciver has also represented Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash.
In the 2020 Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy season, she made two appearances for Diamonds, scoring one century, and made a further three List A apperances in 2021.
She represents Trent Rockets in The Hundred and enjoys property developing in her spare time.
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