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Geneille Greaves

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Geneille Greaves is a right handed batsman and right arm offbreak bowler who plays for West Indies Women cricket team.

Greaves has played a single Test match in her career. This was from 15th to 18th March 2004 at Karachi (National Stadium) against Pakistan Women. In the 1st innings, she bowled 4 overs in which 11 runs were scored but could not take a wicket. As a fielder, she took 2 catches. She was the opening batsman in her team and she scored 19 runs. West Indies Women received a follow-on in this match. In the 2nd innings, Greaves hammered 24 runs. While fielding, she took 1 catch. She was not given a chance to bowl. The result of this match was a draw. Greaves debuted in ODI cricket against Sri Lanka Women at Port of Spain (Queen’s Park Oval) on 18th March 2003. She was expensive in this match and conceded 22 runs in only 3 overs without taking any wicket. She was run out on a personal score of 3. Sri Lanka Women won this match by 38 runs.

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Geneille Greaves has appeared in 8 ODIs and accumulated 32 runs at a batting average of 4. Her highest score was 13 and she has taken 1 catch. She bowled 24 balls in which 30 runs were scored and no dismissal took place. Her economy rate was 7.50.

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