Born in Dewsbury, Helen Wardlaw represents England in international women’s cricket matches. In all, she has played in a total of 10 matches for England including 3 Tests and 7 ODIs scoring 56 and 39 respectively.
The right-hand batsman debuted in 2002 in a Test match against India in which she scored a mere 4 runs but took a wicket in 20 overs giving 58 runs. The match was drawn. She also featured in a Test against South Africa at Taunton in 2003 which England won by an innings and 96 runs. Wardlaw impressed with the ball taking 3 wickets in 13 overs, while also scored a whooping 16 through four boundaries in 29 balls.
Her ODI debut came in 2002 against India in Hyderabad which India won by 9 wickets, while also appeared in another ODI against South Africa in 2004 at the Laudium Oval which England won by 7 wickets with her taking 2 wickets 10 overs.
The 26 year old also plays county cricket for Yorkshire.