New Zealand women's national cricket team
New Zealand White Ferns logo
|Association||New Zealand Cricket|
|International Cricket Council|
|ICC status||Full member (1926)|
|ICC region||East Asia-Pacific|
|First WTest||v England at Lancaster Park, Christchurch; 16–18 February 1935|
|Last WTest||v England at North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough; 21–24 August 2004|
|Women's One Day Internationals|
|First WODI||v Trinidad and Tobago at Clarence Park, St Albans; 23 June 1973|
|Last WODI||v Australia at Junction Oval, Melbourne; 3 March 2019|
|Women's World Cup appearances||11 (first in 1973)|
|Best result||Champions (2000)|
|Women's Twenty20 Internationals|
|First WT20I||v England at the County Cricket Ground, Hove; 5 August 2004|
|Last WT20I||v India at Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand; 10 February 2019|
|Women's T20 World Cup appearances||6 (first in 2009)|
|Best result||Runners-up (2009, 2010)|
|As of 27 July 2019|
The New Zealand women's national cricket team, nicknamed the White Ferns, represents New Zealand in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship (the highest level of international women's cricket), the team is organised by New Zealand Cricket, a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
New Zealand made its Test debut in 1935, against England, becoming the third team to play at that level. With Australia and England, New Zealand is one of only three teams to have participated in all ten editions of the Women's Cricket World Cup. The team has made the final of the tournament on four occasions, winning in 2000 and placing second in 1993, 1997, and 2009. At the Women's World Twenty20, New Zealand were runners-up in 2009 and 2010, but are yet to win the event.
- 1973: 3rd place
- 1978: 3rd place
- 1982: 3rd place
- 1988: 3rd place
- 1993: Runners up
- 1997: Runners up
- 2000: Champions
- 2005: Semi Finals
- 2009: Runners up
- 2013: 4th place
- 2017: Group stage
Current international rankings Top 10
The ICC Women's Rankings incorporates results from Tests, ODIs and T20Is into a single ranking system.
|ICC Women's ODI Rankings|
|Reference: icc-cricket.com, espncricinfo.com, 27 August 2019|
|Name||Age||Batting style||Bowling style||Domestic team||Forms||S／N|
|Opening Batswoman and All-rounder|
|Suzie Bates||31||Right-Handed||Right-arm medium-fast||Otago||ODI, Twenty20||23|
|Vice Captain and All-Rounder|
|Sophie Devine||30||Right-handed||Right-arm medium-fast||Wellington||ODI, Twenty20||77|
|Natalie Dodd||26||Right-handed||Right-arm off break||Northern Districts||ODI, Twenty20|
|Maddy Green||26||Right-handed||Right-arm off break||Auckland||ODI, Twenty20||51|
|Amy Satterthwaite||32||Left-handed||Right-arm medium||Canterbury||ODI, Twenty20||17|
|Katie Perkins||31||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Auckland||ODI, Twenty20||70|
|Rachel Priest||33||Right-handed||N/A||Wellington||ODI, Twenty20||13|
|Sara McGlashan||37||Right-handed||N/A||Auckland||ODI, Twenty20||28|
|Katey Martin||34||Right-handed||N/A||Otago||ODI, Twenty20||15|
|Kate Ebrahim||26||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Central Districts||ODI, Twenty20|
|Leigh Kasperek||23||Right-handed||Right-arm off break||Otago||ODI, Twenty20||62|
|Anna Peterson||28||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Auckland||ODI, Twenty20||52|
|Lea Tahuhu||28||Right-handed||Right-arm medium-fast||Canterbury||ODI, Twenty20||6|
|Hannah Rowe||22||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Central Districts||ODI, Twenty20||74|
|Holly Huddleston||31||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Auckland||ODI, Twenty20||74|
|Thamsyn Newton||20||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Canterbury||Twenty20||99|
|Felicity Leydon-Davis||20||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Northern Districts||Twenty20||49|
|Georgia Guy||25||Right-handed||Right-arm Off break||Auckland||ODI, Twenty20|
|Erin Bermingham||27||Right-handed||Leg break||Canterbury||ODI, Twenty20||19|
|Morna Nielsen||29||Right-handed||Slow left-arm orthodox||Otago||ODI, Twenty20||54|
|Amelia Kerr||18||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break||Wellington||ODI, Twenty20||48|
Media Correspondent: Willy Nicholls
As of August 2017[update]:
Most Test runs for New Zealand
Most Test wickets for New Zealand
- Highest team total: 517/8 v England, 24 June 1996 at North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough, England
- Highest individual innings: 204, Kirsty Flavell v England, 24 June 1996 at North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough, England
- Best innings bowling: 7/41, Jos Burley v England, 6 August 1966 at The Oval, London, England
- Best match bowling: 10/137, Jackie Lord v Australia, 26 January 1979 at Melbourne, Australia
As of May 2019[update]:
Most One-Day International runs for New Zealand
Most One-Day International wickets for New Zealand
- Highest team total: 490/4 v Ireland, 8 June 2018 at Dublin, Ireland
- Highest individual innings: 232 not out, Amelia Kerr v Ireland, 13 June 2018 at YMCA Cricket Club, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
- Best innings bowling: 6/10, Jackie Lord v India, 14 January 1982 at Auckland, New Zealand
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