Isa Guha was a hustling fast bowler from England. Isa began her international cricket career at the age of 16 in 2001. She debuted in the Women's European Competition. She was the driving force in their success in New Zealand in 2004. She took career best figure of 5-22 in the fourth One Day International and won them the series.
Isa’s unforgettable moment came when she bundled Australia out and took as many as 9 wickets in an innings to retain the Ashes in 2007-08. She became number one ranked fast bowler in 2008. She was the member of the England team that won the World T20 and the ICC Women’s World Cup title in 2009. She was just 28 when she announced retirement from international cricket in March 2012. Post retirement, she has become a cricket commentator and has swiftly made a name for herself in cricket broadcasting all over the world.
She commentates in the T-20 leagues such as IPL, CPL and Big Bash League.