Suzanne Jane Kitson is also known as Suzanne Clarke. Born in Cambridge, Kitson is a former cricketer. She has played for Women’s national team of England. Other than that, she has also played first class cricket for East Anglia Women. Kitson became instrumental in England’s world cup victory in 1993 by taking the winning wicket.
Suzie Kitson is primarily known as a left arm fast bowler who played international cricket from 1988 to 1993. Kitson took part in four test matches for England. She grabbed six wickets in five Innings at an average of 26.66 runs. Her best bowling performance was 2 wickets for 16 runs in a match played against New Zealand. With bat, she scored 43 runs at an average of 14.33. Her highest test score was 35 runs against New Zealand. In One-Day International matches, Kitson took 19 wickets at an average of 17.68. Her best bowling figures in ODIs were 3 wickets for 13 runs against women’s team of Ireland. She also scored 105 runs in 15 One-Day Innings with an average of 9.54 with a top score of 29 runs against women’s national team of Netherlands.
Suzie Kitson was a part of the England’s Women’s team when they won the World Cup in 1993. She also took the winning wicket