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Erin Burns

Team flagAUS35 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats

Erin Burns Recent Form


ND vs THUN, T205 (12)
ND vs SP, T202 (5)
ND vs BLZ, T203 (5)
ND vs CS, T201 (4)
ND vs SUN, T2011 (11)
ND vs SES, T201 (2)
ND vs CS, T2030 (18)
ND vs BLZ, T2022 (25)
ND vs SES, LIST A23 (19)
ND vs CS, LIST A49 (63)


ND vs THUN, T202-2
ND vs WS, T200-24
ND vs SP, T202-32
ND vs BLZ, T203-19
ND vs CS, T201-25
ND vs SUN, T201-22
ND vs SES, T200-17
ND vs CS, T202-22
ND vs BLZ, T205-25
ND vs SES, LIST A2-62

Erin Burns Carrer Stats





Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
AUS WMN vs WI WMN at North Sound - September 08, 2019
T20I Debut
WI WMN vs AUS WMN at Bridgetown - September 14, 2019
CPL Debut Barbados Royals Women v Guyana Amazon Warriors Women Kensington Oval, Barbados West Indies, 1-9-2023
100B Debut
Birmingham Phoenix Women v London Spirit Women Edgbaston, Birmingham, 23-7-2021

Teams played for

Hobart Hurricanes Women New South Wales Under-19s Women Tasmania Women Wellington Women

About Erin Burns

NameErin Burns
Birth22 Jun 1988
Birth PlaceWollongong, NSW
Height5 ft 5 in

A quality spin bowling all-rounder, Erin Alexandra Burns plays for New South Wales in the Australian domestic circuit. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A quality spin bowling all-rounder, Erin Alexandra Burns plays for New South Wales in the Australian domestic circuit. 

Unable to seal a place in NSW’s First XI, Burns opted to play for Tasmania Roar in 2009, straightaway making an impact by winning the 2009–10 Tasmanian Roar Player of the Year award. 

The talented off-spinner made her entry into the inaugural season of Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) in 2015 with Hobart Hurricanes. 

The Wollongong-born switched sides in the 2017-18 edition and began to play for Sydney Sixers. She garnered 285 runs and bagged four wickets in the season. The handy contributor followed it by mustering 250 runs and dismissing 11 batters in the subsequent edition. 

The consistent performances in the WBBL and domestic circuit helped Burns to make her ODI and T20I debuts for Australia in September 2019. She was also a part of the champion Australian team in the T20 World Cup 2020. 

However, due to the stiff competition in the Australian line-up, the 34-year-old has featured in only a solitary ODI and five T20Is to date. In 103 WBBL appearances, she has 1,606 runs and 39 wickets to her name. 

Burns featured for Birmingham Phoenix in the 2021 edition of the Women’s Hundred and racked up 156 runs and scalped seven wickets. In 2022, she was traded to Manchester Originals Women.  

Burns was in the limelight when Royal Challengers Bangalore Women (RCB-W) secured her services for INR 30 Lakhs to feature in the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL). 

(As of February 2023)