Deandra Dottin Height, Age, Husband, Family, Biography & More
Age: 31 Years
Marital Status: Unmarried
Height: 5’ 3”
|Full name||Deandra Jalisa Shakira Dottin|
|Nickname(s)||World Boss The New Indian Express|
|Famous for||Fastest century in T20Is|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 160 cm
in meters- 1.60 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 3”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 50 kg
in pounds- 110 lbs
|International Debut||ODI- 24 June 2008 against Ireland in Dublin, Ireland
T20- 27 June 2008 against Ireland in Dublin, Ireland
|International Retirement||She retired from the all forms of international cricket on 1 July 2022.|
|Last Match||ODI- 30 March 2022 against Australia in Wellington, New Zealand
T20I- 4 September 2021 against South Africa in North Sound, Antigua
|Bowling Style||Right-arm medium pace|
She played 143 matches in which she scored 3727 runs with an average of 30.54 and strike rate of 79.09; her highest score was 150 runs not out. She scored 3 centuries and 22 half centuries, and she hit 398 fours and 89 sixes. She faced 4712 balls. She remained not out for 13 times, and she has 9 ducks to his name.
She played 127 matches in which she scored 2697 runs with an average of 26.58; her highest score was 112 runs not out. She scored 2 centuries and 12 half centuries, and she hit more than 100 sixes. She remained not out for 20 times, and she has 12 ducks to his name.
She played 143 matches in which she took 72 wickets with an average of 27.19 and economy of 4.87, she gave 1958 runs. She delivered 2409 balls, and her best bowling in a match was 5/34.
She played 127 matches in which she took 62 wickets with an average of 19.19 and economy of 6.42, she gave 1190 runs. She delivered 1111 balls, and her best bowling in a match was 5/5.
|Fielding Stats||• ODI- There are 41 catches to her name.
• T20I- There are 32 catches to her name.
|Jersey Number||#5 (West Indies)
|Domestic/State Team||• Barbados
• Lancashire Thunder
• London Spirit
• Manchester Originals
• North West Thunder
• Trinbago Knight Riders
• Perth Scorchers
• Brisbane Heat
• Adelaide Strikers
• Gujarat Giants
• Barmy Army
|Records (main ones)||• First cricketer to hit 100 sixes in T20Is
• First cricketer to hit a century in T20Is
• Fastest T20I century (38 balls)
• Third cricketer to play 100 T20I matches
|Awards, Honours, Achievements||• Women's T20 International Cricketer of the Year by West Indies Cricket (2018)
• Standout player in the West Indies team by ICC (2018)
• Women's ODI and Women's T20I Player of the Year by Cricket West Indies (2019)
• Nominated for the ICC Women's T20I Cricketer of the Decade award (2020)
|Date of Birth||21 June 1991 (Friday)|
|Age (as of 2022)||31 Years|
|Birthplace||Rock Hall village of St Andrew, Barbados|
|Hometown||St Andrew, Barbados|
|School||Frederick Smith Secondary School (then St James Secondary School)|
|Religion/Religious Views||Christianity LWOT|
|Tattoo(s)||• '112' on right arm
• 'Dig Deeper' on left abdomen
• A quote related to success
• '5' on right abdomen
• 'Only god can judge me'
|Relationships & More|
|Parents||Father- Name not known
Some Lesser Known Facts About Deandra Dottin
- Deandra Dottin is a former West Indian cricketer who played many matches for the West Indies national team and helped them to win the 2016 T20 World Cup. She is regarded as one of the best T20 players and is known for her explosive batting and economical bowling.
- She played athletics during her childhood and played javelin throw, shot put throw, and discus throw. She won many medals in athletics tournaments before starting to play cricket professionally.
- In the 2005 CARIFTA Games (Caribbean Free Trade Association), she won the silver medal in javelin throw in the under-17 youth event. In the 2006 CARIFTA games, she won gold in the javelin throw and silver in the shot put throw in the under-17 youth event. In the 2006 CAC Junior Championships (Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships), she won gold in the shot put throw and javelin throw events in the under-17 junior event. In the 2007 CARIFTA Games, she won gold in javelin throw, discus throw, and shot put throw in the under-17 youth events. In the 2008 CARIFTA Games, she won gold in the javelin throw in the under-20 junior category.
- At the age of fourteen, she started playing formal cricket, and her talent was spotted in a match by former West Indies cricketer Pamela Lavine.
- She started playing cricket in 2008 for Barbados and played for Trinidad and Tobago in the 2012 season.
- She made her first ODI half-century by making 66 runs against the Netherlands on 7 July 2008. She made 150 runs not out against South Africa on 28 January 2022.
- She took her maiden ODI 5-wicket haul by dismissing 5 players for 34 runs against South Africa on 24 February 2016. She dismissed 4 players for 19 runs against England on 10 October 2016.
- She represented West Indies in 4 ODI World Cups in 2009, 2013, 2017, and 2022.
- She played in 7 matches in the 2009 ODI World Cup held in Australia and made 108 runs at an average of 15.43 and took 1 wicket. She scored 51 runs against Australia in a group-stage match.
- She played in 7 matches in the 2013 ODI World Cup held in India and made 226 runs at an average of 32.29 and took 9 wickets. She scored 22 runs against Australia in the final match; however, West Indies lost the match.
- She played in 7 matches in the 2017 ODI World Cup held in England and made 185 runs at an average of 26.43 and took 1 wicket. She scored her first ODI century during the tournament in the match against Pakistan.
- She played in 8 matches in the 2022 ODI World Cup held in New Zealand and made 199 runs at an average of 24.88 and took 3 wickets. She scored 62 runs against India in a group-stage match.
- She made her first T20I half-century by scoring 53 runs against Australia on 14 June 2009. She played a knock of 90 runs not out against Pakistan on 31 January 2019.
- She represented West Indies in all seven T20 World Cups from 2009 to 2020 and won the trophy in 2016.
- She played in 3 matches in the 2009 T20 World Cup held in England and made 60 runs at an average of 20. She scored 53 runs against Australia in a group-stage match.
- She played in 4 matches in the 2010 T20 World Cup held in West Indies and made 113 runs at an average of 28.25 and took 3 wickets. She scored her first T20I century by scoring 112 runs against South Africa.
- She played in 4 matches in the 2012 T20 World Cup held in Sri Lanka and made 68 runs at an average of 17. She scored 58 runs against New Zealand in a group-stage match.
- She played in 5 matches in the 2014 T20 World Cup held in Bangladesh and made 147 runs at an average of 29.4 and took 4 wickets. She scored 57 runs against India in a group-stage match.
- She played in 6 matches in the 2016 T20 World Cup held in India and made 119 runs at an average of 19.83 and took 9 wickets. She scored 18 runs not out against Australia in the final match, hitting the winning runs for them. She also took 4 wickets for 12 runs in the match against England.
- She played in 5 matches in the 2018 T20 World Cup held in West Indies and made 121 runs at an average of 24.20 and took 10 wickets. She scored 49 runs against Sri Lanka in a group-stage match and took 5 wickets for 5 runs in the match against Bangladesh.
- She played in 3 matches in the 2020 T20 World Cup held in Australia and made 12 runs at an average of 4.
- In 2016, she played for Lancashire Thunder in the Women’s T20 Cricket Super League.
- She played in England’s 1oo ball tournament The Hundred for London Spirit in 2021 and for Manchester Originals in 2022.
- She was acquired by Trinbago Knight Riders for the Caribbean Premier League and The 6ixty in 2022.
- She played for different teams in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). She played for Perth Scorchers in the inaugural 2015-16 season. She represented Brisbane Heat in the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. She played for Adelaide Strikers in the 2022-23 season.
- She has played in different seasons of the Women’s T20 Challenge Tournament in India. In 2020, she played for Trailblazers and represented Supernovas in the 2022 season.
- She played for the Barbados team in the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
- Gujarat Giants signed her up for the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) in the 2023 auction.
|↑1||The New Indian Express|