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Afy Fletcher

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Afy Fletcher
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  • Sport: Cricket
  • Birth date: 1987-03-17 (27 years)
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Afy Fletcher is a right handed batsman and right arm offbreak bowler who represents West Indies Women cricket team.

Afy Fletcher debuted in ODI cricket at Dublin (Malahide) on 29th June 2008 and the opponent was Ireland Women. She bowled 9 overs, out of which 2 were maiden, conceded 22 runs and picked up 4 wickets. The No. 10 batting position was allocated to her, but she did not get an opportunity to bat. West Indies Woman won this match by 6 wickets with 85 deliveries to spare. Fletcher played her first Twenty20 International against Netherlands Women at Utrecht (Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd) on 1st July 2008. She was quite expensive in this match and 17 runs were scored from her 3 overs. In this match also, she did not get a chance to bat. West Indies Women won this match by 7 wickets with 20 balls to spare.

Career Highlights

Afy Fletcher has appeared in 8 ODIs and in these has bowled 274 deliveries and has conceded 153 runs while taking 9 wickets. Her economy rate was 3.35, bowling average was 17 and bowling strike rate was 30.4. She scored 16 runs at a batting strike rate of 23.53 and her highest score was 6. As a fielder, she took 2 catches.

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