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Team flagENG28 yrs
batting styleleft-arm orthodox spin Bowler

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Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

7 (3) *vs NB-W, T20
11 (9) vs AUCK-W, T20
0 (1) vs CANT-W, T20
2 (4) vs WEL-W, T20
5 (11) vs PRSW, BBL
0 (0) *vs HBHW, BBL
1 (2) vs PRSW, BBL
3 (6) *vs MLSW, BBL
8 (12) vs BLZ, LIST A
51 (58) vs SES, LIST A
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Career Stats

T20I
BBL
100B
Matches9
Innings0
Runs0
100s0
50s0
HS0
SR0.00
Avg0.00
Fours0
Sixes0
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Bdesh Wmn vs ENG Women at Gros Islet - November 12, 2018

Teams played for

England Women Rubies

About Linsey Smith

NameLinsey Smith
GenderFemale
Birth10 Mar 1995
Birth PlaceHillingdon, Middlesex
Height5 ft 6 in
NationalityEnglish

A skilful left-arm spinner, Linsey Smith is a professional English cricketer who plies her trade in franchise cricket for Northern Superchargers in England and Melbourne Stars in Australia. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A skilful left-arm spinner, Linsey Smith is a professional English cricketer who plies her trade in franchise cricket for Northern Superchargers in England and Melbourne Stars in Australia. 

The 26-year old her List-A debut a decade back in the 2011 Super Fours competition playing for Rubies. She soon became a regular for Berkshire County and scalped her maiden five-wicket haul in 2012 against Somerset. Having won the Women’s Cricket Super League with the Southern Vipers, she ended up as the runners-up in the next two seasons and earned a callup from England for the 2018 T20 World Cup.

Linsey made her T20I debut against Bangladesh women on the biggest stage of them all and picked up her maiden international wicket in the comprehensive victory. Having failed to establish herself as a regular for the English national side, Linsey has made a name for herself in Franchise cricket. She scalped 9 wickets for the Northern Superchargers in the inaugural edition of The Hundred Women and ended up as the leading wicket-taker for her side.

The Middlesex-born spinner signed for the Melbourne Stars for the seventh edition of the Women’s Big Bash League and would be looking to showcase her skills in the premier women’s tournament of the World.

(As of October 2021)