|Full name||Bronwyn Lianne Calver|
|Bowling||Right-arm Fast medium|
|Test debut (cap 135)||6 August 1998 v England|
|Last Test||21 August 1998 v England|
|ODI debut (cap 65)||17 January 1991 v New Zealand|
|Last ODI||25 July 1998 v Ireland|
|Domestic team information|
|1982/83 – 1994/95||Australian Capital Territory women's cricket team|
|1996/97 – 2003/04||New South Wales women's cricket team|
Source: CricInfo, 23 May 2014
Bronwyn Lianne Calver (born 22 September 1969 in Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria) is a former Australian cricketer. She was a member of the Australian team at two World Cups - 1993 and 1997 with the 1997 team winning the World Cup.
Calver started playing cricket at the age of 11 in 1980/81 season and played for the Australia Capital Territory from 1983, aged 13yrs 105 days on debut. She played four seasons in the men's lower grade competition for Northern Suburbs up until 1989.  She represented the ACT from 1983 to 1995, playing 61 matches, and scoring 1518 runs and taking 100 wickets. After the ACT withdrew from senior national competition, she then played for New South Wales from 1996 until 2004, playing 80 matches and scoring 509 runs and taking 95 wickets. She is believed to be the first player to score 1,500 domestic runs and take 100 domestic wickets.
Calver played her first international match in 1991 against New Zealand, and continued until the end of the 1998 Women's Ashes series. Playing three Tests and 34 One Day Internationals. She played in the winning Australian team in the 1997 Women's Cricket World Cup.
- 2013 - Calver was inducted into the ACT Sport Hall of Fame
- 2019 - Calver was one of the first six inductees into the Cricket ACT Hall of Fame. The other five were Peter Solway, Michael Bevan, Lorne Lees, Glenda Hall and Greg Irvine.
- The "Bronwyn Calver medal" is awarded to the ACT Meteors Player of the Year.
- Life member of the Gordon Cricket Club 
- Bronwyn Calver at ESPNcricinfo
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