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Chinelle Henry

Team flagCAR28 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#69 Batter in ODI
#29 Bowler in ODI
#26 All Rounder in ODI
#81 Bowler in T20I
#41 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Chinelle Henry Recent Form

Batting

WIW vs PAKW, T20I11 (10) *
WIW vs PAKW, T20I8 (9) *
WIW vs PAKW, T20I13 (18)
WIW vs PAKW, ODI0 (1)
WIW vs PAKW, ODI23 (20)
WIW vs PAKW, ODI23 (23)
WIW vs AUSW, ODI1 (6)
WIW vs AUSW, ODI2 (4)
WIW vs AUSW, ODI4 (11)
WIW vs AUSW, T20I1 (2)

Bowling

WIW vs PAKW, T20I0-14
WIW vs PAKW, T20I1-15
WIW vs PAKW, ODI1-18
WIW vs PAKW, ODI3-37
WIW vs PAKW, ODI1-30
WIW vs AUSW, ODI0-21
WIW vs AUSW, ODI0-10
WIW vs AUSW, T20I0-10
WIW vs AUSW, T20I1-23
WIW vs AUSW, T20I1-30

Chinelle Henry Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI4639477025372.9413.25483----
T20I5145397003484.2914.18333----
CPL7760001175.0012.0051----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4640325.0834.813/194041.13----
T20I5133177.0134.293/261029.35----
CPL7716.59112.001/1600102.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
NZ Women vs WI Women at Lincoln- February 24, 2014
T20I Debut
WI Women vs ENG Women at Bridgetown- October 24, 2013
CPL Debut
Trinbago Knight Riders Women v Barbados Royals Women Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts, 1-9-2022

Teams played for

Jamaica Women West Indies Women

About Chinelle Henry

NameChinelle Henry
GenderFemale
Birth17 Aug 1995
Birth PlaceJamaica
Height5 ft 5 in
NationalityCaribbean

In a squad full of all-rounders, Chenille Henry is the most promising cricketer for the West Indies Women’s team. Hailing from Jamaica, she started her cricketing career at a very young age. ... continue reading

Player Bio

In a squad full of all-rounders, Chenille Henry is the most promising cricketer for the West Indies Women’s team. Hailing from Jamaica, she started her cricketing career at a very young age. 

The Jamaican made her international debut at 18 years of age in a T20I against the White Ferns on October 24th, 2013. A few months later she made her ODI debut on February 24th, 2014 against the England Women team where she got run out on just 10 runs. The Kingston-based cricketer fell out of favour after one year on the ODI team, resulting in a 5-year absence. Having been recalled to the West Indies Women’s training camp in 2018, Chinelle seized the second chance with both hands and has been now categorized as a pinch-hitter for the West Indies Women.

The Jamaican-born all-rounder featured in the winning squad of the 2016 ICC T20 Women’s World Cup, chipping in with the bat consistently down the order leading the Women in Maroon to their Maiden title.

Now considered as one of the best death batswomen in the shortest format, Chinelle has now featured in every ICC tournament since 2016. She continues to impress the cricketing world with her all-round skills.

(As of April 2021)