Debra Maybury was a medium pace bowler with the England Women’s Cricket team. She has also played for the Yorkshire Women’s team.

Debra Maybury made her debut in International cricket in a One day International match against the New Zealand Women’s team at Perth in 1988. She bowled 9 overs and gave away 25 runs claiming the wickets of Kirsty Flavell and Ingrid Jagersma. Coming on to bat, Maybury remained not out at 1 run as the England Women won the match by 3 wickets. In 1992, she played her debut test match against the New Zealnad team again in 1992 at Auckland. In the first innings Debra scored 17 runs in 81 balls and was caught out by Jackie Clark off a ball by Karen Gunn. She also bowled 5 overs giving away 15 runs as the match ended in a draw. In November 1995, Maybury played her last match in a test against the Indian Women’s team.

Career Highlights

Born 8 Aug 1971
Nationality England England
Team History
England national women's cricket team England national women's 1988 - 1995

In a total of 27 One day Internationals, Maybury has scored 275 runs and claimed 13 wickets at an economy of 2.38. She also has a total of 52 runs and 5 wickets in the 5 Test matches that she has played.

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