|BIRTHDAY||7 December, 1991|
|BIRTH PLACE||Bath , Ceremonial , Somerset|
|AGE (2018)||27 Years Old|
|HEIGHT||in centimeters- 166 cm
in meters- 1.66 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 5”
|WEIGHT||in Kilograms- 55 kg
in Pounds- 121.25 lbs
27 years, 0 month, 10 days old age. Anya Shrubsole will turn 28 on 07 December, 2019. Only 11 months, 19 days, 1 hours, 23 minutes has left for her next birthday.
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Anya Shrubsole was born on 07-12-1991 in Bath, Ceremonial, Somerset, United Kingdom. She is an English Cricket Player.
Anya Shrubsole attended the Hayesfield Girls' School. She played both the Under-15 and Under-17 Women's County Championships, Somerset women. At the age of 12, she made her first-team début for the county. In 2005 She made her first debut in the Super Fours competition (The 48 leading players place into four teams by the England selectors). For the Braves she played one T-20. She took two wickets and with the bat, she was at 16 not out in the following innings. In result, the V Team won the match by four wickets.
The following season she began the season playing as a specialist batsman. Until the sixth match of the season, she did not do bowling. She remained to bowl occasionally through the season and, notwithstanding playing for Somerset, all six County Championship matches, though she bowled only 131 balls. For Somerset's, she became the second-highest run-scorer along with the 127 runs. She entered into the women's List A by showing her best performance through bowling in 2007 season first cricket match.
During the time when her team defending the 206, runs and she built the confidence of her team to win the match by taking the wickets of the top 6 batsmen of the Surrey.And in this match she took 7 wickets which is her best bowling stats for the season. Later on, she only took one wicket against Berkshire to become the Somerset's second highest wickets taker at the end of the 2007 season.
On 14 Aug 2008, she made her debut in the ODI International against South Africa. In this match, she once again became the supporting pillar of the team by taking the wicket of the attacker player Marcia Letsoalo.Despite the 9 days after she made her T-20 debut against the same team South Africa and she took the crucial three wickets allowing her team to win the match. And her name announced as the women of the match.
In the year 2008, at the end of this season, she was awarded by the Most Promising Young Women's Cricketer Award for her outstanding performance and well contributed towards her team as well as the country. In the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup, her name was incorporated in England's team. She was the part of the 2017 Women's World Cup winning team. This emerging player took the 6 wickets in the finals which made the clear victory of the team.
Her father's name is Ian Shrubsole. She has a younger sister named L Shrubsole.
|Home Town||Bath, Somerset|
|Address||Bath, Somerset, England, UK|
|Debut||Test - England Women v Australia Women at Wormsley, Aug 11-14, 2013, ODI - England Women v South Africa Women at Shenley, Aug 14, 2008, & T20I - England Women v South Africa Women at Northampton, Aug 23, 2008|