Lydia Sophie Greenway

Team England national women's cricket team England national women's cricket team
Role Batsman
Born Aug 6, 1985
Nationality United States United States
Nickname NA
Team History
England national women's cricket team England national women's 2003 - present

Lydia Sophie Greenway was born in Farnborough in Kent. She is an English cricketer who is an occasional off spin bowler and also a left hand batswoman. Greenway has appeared for her team, the England team in 7 test matches and 32 ODI matches. This off spin bowler was a member of the team that retained the Ashes on tour in 2008 in Australia. She even won the World Cup and World Twenty20 Championship in 2009. Greenway is also known as one of the best outfielders in the women’s game.

Lydia was inspired to opt for cricket sport as her entire family played for Hayes Club. In 2007, she scored her first ODI 50 runs against the Indian Team. Her other activities include working in a sports shop and coaching and playing hockey.

Overall, her ODI matches are 64, with 11 World Cup and 7 Current World Cup. Her first match of ODI was in 2003 against South Africa in County Ground in Chelmsford. Her debut World Cup was in 2005 against Australia in Oval in Pretoria. She played her present World Cup in 2009 against Sri Lanka in Canberra.

Her last matches were in 2009 against New Zealand team with right to ODI and World Cup. With right to her batting statistics, Greenway made 55 innings in her ODIs, with 17 not outs and 847 runs. She scored 2 half centuries with an average of 22.28. her highest score was 61 against the South Africa team. Her World Cup innings was 10, with 3 not outs and 109 runs. Her average score was 15.57 with highest score of 32 against Sri Lanka. With right to current World Cup, she has made 6 innings, 2 not outs and 80 runs. Her average was 20 with 195 balls faced.

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