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Mary-Anne Musonda

Team flagZIM32 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
#62 Batter in ODI
#40 Batter in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Mary-Anne Musonda Recent Form

Batting

ZIMW vs NEDW, T20I8 (8)
ZIMW vs IREW, T20I48 (39)
ZIMW vs UAEW, T20I26 (23) *
ZIMW vs VANW, T20I0 (1)
ZIMW vs PNGW, T20I24 (16)
ZIMW vs PNGW, T20I37 (34)
ZIMW vs PNGW, T20I54 (51) *
ZIMW vs PNGW, ODI19 (36)
ZIMW vs PNGW, ODI59 (82)
ZIMW vs SAW, T20I8 (6)

Bowling

TOR-W vs SPR-W, T200-20
ZIMW vs PAKW, ODI0-5

Mary-Anne Musonda Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI16163361110368.8522.40380----
T20I585310540560110.5925.7011011----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI16000.000.000000.00----
T20I58000.000.000000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
IRE WMN vs Zim Women at Harare- October 05, 2021
T20I Debut
NAM Women vs Zim Women at Walvis Bay- January 05, 2019

Teams played for

KwaZulu-Natal Inland Women Zimbabwe Women

About Mary-Anne Musonda

NameMary-Anne Musonda
GenderFemale
Birth4 Aug 1991
Birth PlaceZimbabwe
NationalityZimbabwean

A prolific all-rounder, Mary Anne-Musonda started her cricketing journey in 2004 as a pacer before switching to spin due to injury. The tall spinner has also featured in club basketball competitions in Zimbabwe and played for Vixens in 2016.... continue reading

Player Bio

A prolific all-rounder, Mary Anne-Musonda started her cricketing journey in 2004 as a pacer before switching to spin due to injury. The tall spinner has also featured in club basketball competitions in Zimbabwe and played for Vixens in 2016.

She made her debut in 2005 during the Africa World Cup Qualifiers in which Zimbabwe women won the competition in Kenya. She played for the Zimbabwe women's national cricket team in the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier in February 2017 and was the highest run-getter for Zimbabwe, with 113 runs in the coveted tournament.

Replacing the injured Chipo Muggeri in her maiden T20I match, she was named as the skipper for their home series against Namibia in December 2018. Following ICC’s suspension of Zimbabwe Cricket in July 2019, Mary was one of the four players banned from playing in the 2019 Kia Super League. She made a comeback in February 2021 and skippered her side against Pakistan Women in a three-match ODI series and one T20I match.

(As of April 2021)