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Georgia Lee Wareham Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 Team

Georgia Lee Wareham Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 TeamGeorgia Lee Wareham Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 Team

Georgia Lee Wareham is an Australian cricketer who plays for the national cricket team as a leg spin bowler. She was born on 26th May 1999 in Terang, Victoria, Australia. Wareham made her ODI debut on 18th October 2018 against Pakistan and her T20I debut on 29th September 2018 against New Zealand. She also made her Test debut on 30th September 2021 against India.

Georgia Wareham has been a part of various domestic teams including Victoria, Melbourne Renegades, Gujarat Giants, and Northern Superchargers and currently playing for Royal Challenger Bangalore in WPL 2024. She has been a prominent figure in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) contributing significantly to her teams. Wareham is known for her hobbies in photography, videography, and content creation. She has been listed as one of the centrally contracted players for the 2023–2024 season by Cricket Australia.

Personal Information

Full NameGeorgia Lee Wareham
Nickname (if applicable)Wareham
Date of BirthMay 26, 1999
Age24 (as of February 21, 2024)
Place of BirthTerang, Victoria, Australia
Height168cm (approximately 5′ 6″)
WeightInformation not publicly available due to privacy concerns
Role in the TeamBowling All-rounder (Right-arm leg spin bowler and Right-handed batter)
Playing HandRight-handed
Zodiac SignGemini

Cricket Career

Major Teams RepresentedDomestic: Melbourne Renegades (Women’s Big Bash League), Victoria (Women’s National Cricket League)
International: Australia (Women’s National Team)
Playing StyleBatting Style: Aggressive and attacking, known for quick scoring and innovative shots.
Bowling Style: Accurate and skillful leg spinner, with good variations and deceptive pace.
Career Span2015/16 – present (domestic), 2018 – present (international)
DebutTest Debut: September 30, 2021 against India
ODI Debut: October 9, 2018 against Pakistan
T20I Debut: September 28, 2018 against New Zealand
RetirementNot yet retired and actively playing.
Domestic Achievements
3 x WBBL Champion with Melbourne Renegades (2018/19, 2020/21, 2022/23)
1 x WNCL Champion with Victoria (2022/23)
International Achievements
T20 World Cup Champion (2020)
Commonwealth Games Silver Medal (2022)
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup finalist (2023)
Career Statistics
Test Matches1 match – 4 wickets
ODIs40 matches – 40 wickets
T20Is38 matches – 42 wickets
First-class Matches14 matches – 37 wickets
List A Matches38 matches – 49 wickets
T20 Matches106 matches – 102 wickets

Personal Life

Family BackgroundInformation not publicly available due to privacy concerns.
Marital StatusNot publicly known
Spouse/PartnerNot applicable
ChildrenNo children currently
Educational BackgroundStudied at Monash University (details not publicly available)
Other Interests and HobbiesPhotography, videography, content creation, traveling.
Philanthropy or Charity WorkInformation is not publicly available due to privacy concerns.
Controversies or Legal IssuesNo publicly known controversies or legal issues associated with Georgia Wareham.

Overall Career Statistical Analysis

Wareham established herself as Australia’s top female leg spinner in 2018. She played an important role in the Caribbean’s 2018 T20 World Cup victory over England taking 2 for 11 in the final and producing a crucial direct hit run-out. After Two years in Australia’s T20 World Cup victory at home, she was important in the group stage taking 3 for 17 against New Zealand to guarantee the team advanced to the semi-finals. Wareham made her Test debut against India in September 2021, taking one wicket in two innings.

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She has played 37 Women’s One Day International (WODI) matches scoring 184 runs with a batting average of 30.67. She has also played 52 Women’s International (WT20I) matches scoring 116 runs and a batting average of 16.57 and she has 41 wickets in WODIs and 51 wickets in WT20Is.

Wareham grew up in Mortlake around two and a half hours west of Melbourne, and learned to play the game in the garden with her brother Jordan. She began playing men’s cricket in the district before progressing to Victoria’s elite route system and playing for the Melbourne Renegades in the WBBL.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Georgia Lee Wareham’s primary role in the team?

Georgia Wareham is a leg spinner and a right-handed batsman.

Which teams has Georgia Lee Wareham represented?

Georgia Wareham has represented Australia Women, Gujarat Giants Women, Melbourne Renegades Women, Northern Superchargers (Women), Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, Victoria Under-15s Women, and Victoria Under-18s Women.

What is Georgia Lee Wareham’s best achievement in ODI cricket?

Georgia Wareham has taken 41 wickets in 37 Women’s One Day International cricket (WODI) matches.

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