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Priyanaz Chatterji

Team flagSCO30 yrs
batting styleright-arm medium Bowler
#99 Bowler in ODI
#92 All Rounder in ODI
#84 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Priyanaz Chatterji Recent Form

Batting

SCOW vs SLW, T20I30 (34)
SCOW vs THAW, T20I12 (14) *
SCOW vs USAW, T20I4 (2) *
SCOW vs SLW, T20I0 (2)
SCOW vs USAW, ODI33 (53)
SCOW vs PNGW, ODI4 (13)
CH-W vs WEL-W, T200 (1)
CH-W vs OTG-W, T209 (12)
SCOW vs IREW, T20I2 (11)
SCOW vs IREW, T20I3 (4)

Bowling

SCOW vs SLW, T20I1-34
SCOW vs IREW, T20I0-20
SCOW vs THAW, T20I0-6
SCOW vs USAW, T20I0-24
SCOW vs SLW, T20I0-20
SCOW vs UGNW, T20I1-11
SCOW vs USAW, ODI1-26
SCOW vs PNGW, ODI1-15
CH-W vs WEL-W, T200-23
CH-W vs NB-W, T203-17

Priyanaz Chatterji Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI5570003353.4414.0040----
T20I5237340003280.3812.14301----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI5534.8651.331/150063.33----
T20I5243275.1522.443/50026.15----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut Scotland Women v Ireland Women Desert Springs Cricket Ground, Spain, 17-10-2023
T20I Debut
Uganda Women vs Scot Women at Amstelveen - July 07, 2018

Teams played for

Oxford University Women Scotland Women Surrey Women

About Priyanaz Chatterji

NamePriyanaz Chatterji
GenderFemale
Birth12 Aug 1993
Birth PlaceDundee, Scotland
NationalityScottish

Priyanaz Chatterji is another promising medium-pacer who has been coming through the ranks for Scotland national team. Apart from being a Wildcat, Chatterji has also donned the jerseys for Oxford University, Surrey, and Wellington. ... continue reading

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Player Bio

Priyanaz Chatterji is another promising medium-pacer who has been coming through the ranks for Scotland national team. Apart from being a Wildcat, Chatterji has also donned the jerseys for Oxford University, Surrey, and Wellington. 

Chatterji’s affair with the game began when she was six years old and used to play with her father and brother in the backyard. She followed her brother’s footsteps to the local cricket club at Forfarshire CC. Further played Scotland Under-16, at the age of 12, and then graduated to the national team as a 15-year-old in 2008. 

The pacer then spent 8 months in Australia, where she played cricket in Perth to sharpen her skills as a speedster. Chatterji also played some professional games in Australia and then provided a stint in London with Finchley Gunns CC. After the UK, she made her T20I in the World T20 Qualifier in 2018. She then travelled across the globe to New Zealand in 2019 for Wellington Blaze in the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield 50-over competition.

Chatterji is another Wildcat who has to play all across the world to get some experience under her belt as Scotland does not get enough opportunities on the world stage. During the limited exposure, the Scottish has shown, she can be a potent force when given the chance. 

(As of May 2021)