**Nadine Andrea George ** was born in Saint Lucia in West Indies in 1968. She is the first West Indies woman cricketer who has scored a hundred in a test match till date. She has scored 118 runs on her test debut against the Pakistan team in Karachi during the third innings of the only test on tour. This was in 2005, the only test cricket which she ever played. She has been awarded with the MBE award for her contribution to this sport.

She made her ODI debut at the age of 34 where she played against the Sri Lanka team. She opened as an opening batswoman and made her 16 runs in a 27 run loss. She even played five of the six ODIs in the series. However, in this series her team lost 0-6 with 82 runs. But, she was made the third best batswoman by runs and also the fifth best by average.

George scored 118 for her team during the second innings with total of 440 against Pakistan. She was retained for the IWCC Trophy in 2003 in the Netherlands where she scored 114 runs with a batting average of 38. The West Indies team won four of the five matches this time and was qualified for the 2005 Women’s Cricket World Cup. George made a new career with high score of 40 in the group match playing against Netherlands, where the team got a surprise victory. With a loss in the match and all other equal results, the team would have finished in the third place and were not qualified for the World Cup. George made 114 runs which were considered as the most runs for the team in that match.

Team West Indies national women's cricket team West Indies national women's cricket team
Role Batsman
Born 15 Oct 1968
Team History
West Indies national women's cricket team West Indies national women's 2003 - present

Till date, she has played every ODI for her team since this tournament in 2003. She has played 12 ODIs on tour of the Indian subcontinent in 2003-04, with a career highest score of 53 and 269 runs at an average of 22.41 on the entire tour.

This left handed top order batsman reached to three figures in her test debut match against Pakistan in Karachi in 2004.

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