Isa Guha is an English right arm fast medium bowler who made her debut against India in 2002 at the age of 17 as a replacement for Sarah Collyer, and later featured with 8 wickets in the ODI series against India in 2006.
Her 5 wicket streak was prominent in England’s victory in the 5-match one-day series against New Zealand in 2004.
Before her international career, Guha played for England Under-19 against Australia in 2002 and also featured in the under-19 European Championship taking 7 wickets in 27 overs with 27 runs.
Guha was brilliant during the Bowral Test in 2007-08 when she took a remarkable 9 wickets for 100 which won England the Ashes, and was named the player of the match.
Although her form in the World Cup was not very impressive she still remains at the number 1 bowler according to ICC rankings.
She is studying biochemistry at UCL at present and continues playing county cricket for Berkshire and Reading Ridgeway.
Isa Guha, in the Test against India in 2002, was named BBC Asian Network Sports Personality of the Year.
She has bowled 5 for 22 against New Zealand in 2004 in her ODI career, her best so far.