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Cara Murray

Team flagIRI23 yrs
batting stylelegbreak googly Bowler
#42 Bowler in ODI
#46 All Rounder in ODI
#51 Bowler in T20I
#69 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Cara Murray Recent Form

Batting

IREW vs SCOW, T20I0 (1)
IREW vs ZIMW, T20I3 (2) *
IREW vs ZIMW, ODI12 (22) *
IREW vs ZIMW, ODI0 (0) *
IREW vs SCOW, T20I5 (3) *
IREW vs SCOW, ODI5 (6) *
IREW vs SCOW, ODI1 (12)
IREW vs AUSW, ODI0 (3)
IREW vs AUSW, ODI9 (19) *
IREW vs WIW, T20I2 (4)
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Bowling

IREW vs SCOW, T20I0-6
IREW vs NEDW, T20I1-18
IREW vs VANW, T20I0-18
IREW vs ZIMW, T20I2-29
IREW vs UAEW, T20I1-15
IREW vs THAW, T20I1-19
IREW vs ZIMW, T20I0-19
IREW vs ZIMW, T20I1-17
IREW vs ZIMW, T20I1-19
IREW vs ZIMW, T20I2-27
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Cara Murray Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI271666001939.057.3360----
T20I471338001386.365.4320----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI2725416.3930.176/314228.32----
T20I4747336.8326.183/93023.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
NZ (W) vs IRE WMN at Dublin- June 08, 2018
T20I Debut
Ire Women vs NZ Women at Dublin- June 06, 2018

Teams played for

Ireland Women

About Cara Murray

NameCara Murray
GenderFemale
Birth1 Nov 2000
Birth PlaceBelfast, Co Antrim
Height6 ft 2 in
NationalityIrish

Cara Murray - another exciting new generation of players from the Emerald Isle, she is a leg-break bowler who is known for her sharp googlies. Murray is an upcoming professional player for the Ireland national team, while she representing Waringstown at the domestic level.... continue reading

Player Bio

Cara Murray - another exciting new generation of players from the Emerald Isle, she is a leg-break bowler who is known for her sharp googlies. Murray is an upcoming professional player for the Ireland national team, while she representing Waringstown at the domestic level.

Born in Co-Antrim, Murray used to play and was captain of her school's hockey team. However, cricket became a priority in her life. She started playing for Waringstown from the U-17 level itself and helped them win the Premier League title. 

Soon, the leggie was awarded the Irish caps and her international debuts. She made her T20I debut for Ireland against New Zealand in 2018 and her ODI debut came against the same opposition, two days later. Murray grabbed wickets of Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite on her ODI debut, but the White Ferns reprimanded the Irish with 119 runs in the spell of 10 overs.

Murray might not have had the best of starts to her international career, but the leg-spinner has the mantle and skill level to make an inspirational comeback. With Ireland getting their due chances, now, the spinner can stamp her authority on the world stage, in the coming future. 

(As of May 2021)