Sarah Clarke (cricketer)

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Sarah Louise Clarke (born 28 March 1982, Croydon, Surrey, England, United Kingdom) is a cricketer who played 6 one day internationals for the England women's cricket team from her debut against Scotland in August 2001 to her last game against India at Pune in January 2002.[1]

She made a top score of 66 not out against Scotland in the European cup and took 5 wickets at 16.8 with her leg spin bowling, including a spell of 4 for 15 against Ireland in the same competition. Her best bowling figures of 6 for 11 for club side Purley Redoubtables came against Leeds & Broomfield in 2010, surpassing her previous best of 6-17 in the ECB Cup semi-final of 2001 against North Riding WCC.

Clarke was one of the first four women ever to be capped by Surrey County Cricket Club in 2015,[2] along with captain Cecily Scutt, England international Natalie Sciver and long-standing squad member Katherine Robson.

In June 2015, she became the leading wicket taker for Surrey Women in limited overs cricket by taking 4-11 against Lancashire, surpassing Caroline Barrs as the previous record holder (120 wickets).


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