Jane Smith

Role Wicket Keeper
Born Dec 24, 1972
Nationality England England

Jane Smit, born in Derbyshire, England is a former member of the English women’s cricket team.

Jane is a wicket keeper and bats right-handed. Her debut for the national side came in 1992 and she has also won the 1993 World Cup with England. She shares an ODI record for England’s 4th and 5th wicket partnerships with Charlotte Edwards in 1997 and with Claire Taylor in 2008, scoring 131 runs and 188 runs with Edwards and Taylor respectively.

Jane has also been a former Nottinghamshire hockey player while she continues to play for Crimson Ramblers.

Jane is the most successful wicket keeper in women’s cricket to date and is the ex-wife of Australian-born Derbyshire and Northamptonshire cricketer Matthew Cassar.

Jane retired from professional cricket in 2008 following England’s tour of Australia.

Career Highlights

Jane Smith has played a total of 109 ODIs and 21 Tests, and she has also won the Ashes in 2005 with the English side.

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