In the New Zealand Women cricket team, Emily Drumm bats right handedly and bowls right arm medium (legbreak). She has also played for teams like Kent Women and Auckland Women.
Drumm debuted in One day Internationals on 19th January 1992 at Wellington against Australia Women cricket team. She batted at the No. 7 position and scored 7 runs after facing 5 balls. She bowled 9 overs, out of which 2 were maidens, gave away 26 runs but could not take any wicket. Australia Women won this match by 7 wickets with 123 deliveries to spare. Emily Drumm played her first Test match from 12th to 15th February 1992 at New Plymouth against England Women. In the 1st innings, she scored 12 runs in 60 balls. She failed to take a wicket in the 19 overs that she bowled, out of which 3 were maidens and conceded 48 runs. The result of this match was a draw.
The 2000 Women’s Cricket World Cup was won by New Zealand Women under the captaincy of Emily Drumm. She represented New Zealand Women in 101 One day Internationals and in these scored 2844 runs at a batting average of 35.11 with 116 as her highest score. She hit 19 fifties and 2 hundreds and took 24 catches. She took 37 wickets in the 1542 deliveries bowled by her during which 778 runs were scored. Her economy rate was 3.02, bowling average was 21.02 and bowling strike rate was 41.6.