Bronwyn Calver is a Right arm fast medium bowler and a Right handed batsman with the Australian Women’s Cricket team. She has also played for the Australian Capital Territory Women and the New South Wales Women’s teams.
Bronwyn Calver made her debut in International cricket in a One day International match against the New Zealand Women’s team at Hobart in 1991. Calver bowled 6 overs and gave away 17 runs however could not claim a single wicket. She did not come on to bat as the Australian eves won the match by 8 wickets. Calver later represented Australia in the Women’s World Cup in 1993 and 1997. In 1998, Calver played her first International Test match against the England Women’s Team at Guildford. Calver bowled 34 overs in the first innings and claimed the wickets of Charlotte Edwards, Jane Smit and Sarah Collyer giving away 62 runs. Coming to bat, Calver scored 28 runs in 30 balls and was bowled by Sarah Collyer. The second England innings came to a quick end as the match was called draw.
In a total of 34 One day Internationals, Calver has scored 534 runs with a high score of 81 runs not out and has claimed 29 wickets at an economy of 2.34. Calver also has 5 wickets in the 3 test matches that she has played.