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Katie Louise George

Team flagENG25 yrs
batting styleleft-arm medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Katie Louise George Recent Form

Batting

CS vs BLZ, T200 (2)
CS vs BLZ, T204 (4)
CS vs SP, T203 (8)
CS vs SES, T206 (6)
CS vs ND, T206 (9)
CS vs BLZ, T2028 (25) *
CS vs THUN, T2017 (18)
CS vs ND, T209 (8)
CS vs WS, T202 (5)
CS vs ND, LIST A35 (55)

Bowling

CS vs BLZ, T201-30
CS vs BLZ, T200-14
CS vs SP, T202-18
CS vs THUN, T201-20
CS vs SES, T202-31
CS vs ND, T201-17
CS vs BLZ, T200-22
CS vs THUN, T201-15
CS vs ND, T201-14
CS vs WS, T204-36

Katie Louise George Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI21900947.369.0010----
T20I5100000.000.0000----
100B201456001483.586.2270----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI2245.6017.503/360018.70----
T20I5529.0058.501/220039.00----
100B206110.58127.001/270060.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
ENG Women vs NZ Women at Leeds - July 07, 2018
T20I Debut
AUS Women vs ENG Women at Mumbai (BS) - March 23, 2018
100B Debut
Northern Superchargers Women v Welsh Fire Women Headingley, Leeds, 24-7-2021

Teams played for

Southern Vipers England Women Yorkshire Diamonds

About Katie Louise George

NameKatie Louise George
GenderFemale
Birth7 Apr 1999
Birth PlaceHaywards Heath, Sussex
Height5 ft 5 in
NationalityEnglish

Katie George, a left-arm pacer, is an English cricketer, who has represented the national side in the past. Hailing from West Sussex, George took her first steps in professional cricket while debuting for Hampshire in the 2013 Women's County Championship.... continue reading

Player Bio

Katie George, a left-arm pacer, is an English cricketer, who has represented the national side in the past. Hailing from West Sussex, George took her first steps in professional cricket while debuting for Hampshire in the 2013 Women's County Championship.

After a two-year hiatus, George returned to play for Hampshire, enjoying decent success in the County Championship and Women's T20 Cup in 2015. As years went by, the 23-year-old gained valuable experience, featuring for various domestic sides - Southern Vipers, Yorkshire Diamonds and Western Storm - across different competitions.

The Haywards Heath-born made her international debut for England in the 2018 tri-series against Australia and India. While a practice game prior to the series saw him taking a hat-trick, her performance at the mainstage was unimpressive.

Her international career so far has spanned over five ODIs and two T20Is, with her last match being against New Zealand in July 2018. Albeit receiving a rookie contract by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in 2019 and being one of the initial 24 players to begin training post-COVID-19, George is yet to make another appearance for England.

Shortly, George will don the Welsh Fire jersey as she will play for the franchise in the second edition of The Hundred.

As of August 2022