Birth date 6 Dec 1983 (35 years)
Nationality United States United States
Position All Rounder
Nickname Golden Arm
Team history
Sussex County Cricket Club 2000 - present
Western Storm 2016
England national women's 2003 - 2008

Rosalie Anne Birch was born on 6th December 1983 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England. She is a professional English Women Cricketer and member of the England Women Cricket Team. She plays International matches for the Women Cricket Team of England and works for Sussex CCC as a member of the Communications Department.

Birch completed her studies from the University of Sussex and graduated from Linguistics in 2006. She excelled well in her studies along with playing cricket for International Women Cricket team of England.

As a professional cricketer and a member of England Women Cricket Team, Birch has played in around seven International Test matches, thirty-seven One Day Internationals and four Twenty20 internationals matches. An All-rounder, Rosalie Anne Birch is famous with the name of “Golden Arm” kept by her fans and teammates.

In the year 2003, Birch started her career in International cricket matches with England Women Cricket Team against South Africa. During this match, she took four wickets. She was part of the England team that won the Ashes in 2005 and retained them in 2008. During her tenure of International cricket, she has played several matches, some of which are the Women World Cup 2005 in South Africa, the Ashes squad in 2005 during the Sri Lanka and India tours.

=== Career Highlights ===

Birch took 5 wickets for 50 runs in her career with an average of 17.5. After 42 years, England has made of victory over Australia in the Ashes series in 2005 due to her contribution.

Birch has made a key place in England Women Cricket team. Along with playing for International matches, she has played several domestic cricket matches for Sussex. She is the part of cricket academy of Sussex CCC and worked as a cricket coach too.

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