Height: 5' 10"
Wife: Katherine Sciver-Brunt
Age: 30 Years
|Full name||Natalie Ruth Sciver-Brunt|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 178 cm
in meters- 1.78 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 10”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 55 kg
in pounds- 121 lbs
|International Debut||ODI- 1 July 2013 against Pakistan at Louth Cricket Club, England
Test- 10 January 2014 against Australia in Perth, Australia
T20- 5 July 2013 against Pakistan at Loughborough, England
|Jersey Number||#39 (England)
|Domestic/State Team||• Stoke d'Abernon Club
• Epsom College
• Surrey Stars
• Northern Diamonds
• Trent Rockets
• Melbourne Stars
• Perth Scorchers
• Mumbai Indians
|Bowling Style||Right-arm fast bowler|
|Records (main ones)||• She is the first England cricketer (male or female) to take a hattrick in an international T20I match, when she took the wickets of Maddie Green, Erin Bermingham, and Frances Mackay of New Zealand on 23 October 2013.
• She is the first women cricketer to make 1000 ODI runs in less than 1000 deliveries.
• In an ODI match against Sri Lanka on 17 November 2016, she put up a partnership of 104 runs for the 7th wicket with Danielle Hazell which became the third-highest partnership for the 7th wicket in an ODI match.
• In an ODI match against Pakistan on 27 June 2017 in the 2017 World Cup, she made a partnership of 213 runs for the 3rd wicket with Heather Knight, which became the highest partnership for the 3rd wicket in an ODI World Cup.
• In an ODI match against New Zealand on 12 July 2017, she made 129 runs which became the highest score by any batter at 5th position.
• In a T20I match against Thailand on 26 February 2020, she put up a partnership of 169 runs not out for 3rd wicket with Heather Knight, which became the third-highest partnership for the 3rd wicket in a T20I match.
• In a test match against South Africa in June 2022, she put up a partnership of 207 runs for the 6th wicket with Alice Davidson-Richards, which became the second-highest partnership for the sixth wicket in a test.
|Awards, Honours, Achievements||• Selected as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2018
• Chosen as Standout player of England in the 2018 T20 Women's World Cup by ICC
• PCA Women's Player of the Year of 2022
• ICC Women's ODI Player of the Year award for 2022
• Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year 2022
• Named in the ICC ODI team of the year 2022
|Date of Birth||20 August 1992 (Thursday)|
|Age (as of 2022)||30 Years|
|School||Epsom College in Surrey, England|
|Educational Qualifications||She studied sports and exercise science at Loughborough University. Loughborough University|
|Food Habit||Vegetarian/Non-vegetarian citation|
|Controversies||• Mental Health Break ECB
She was selected for the series against India in September 2022; however, she withdrew from the series citing mental health and emotional exhaustion. She said in an interview that she was tired mentally due to the cricket she had played in a last few months before that series. She said, "I’ve played a lot of cricket over the last nine months and I am very emotionally fatigued. Elite sport demands a lot and for the moment I’m not able to perform without compromising my own wellbeing, so I need to take some time away from cricket in order to focus on myself. It’s the right decision for me and it’s the right decision for the team."
|Relationships & More|
|Affairs/Boyfriends||She dated Katherine Brunt for 5 years before marrying her.|
|Marriage Date||May 2022|
|Husband/Spouse/Partner||Katherine Brunt (Cricketer)
|Parents||Father- Richard Sciver (Business Executive)
Mother- Julia Longbottom (Diplomat)
|Siblings||She has a sister named Zoe and one brother.
Some Lesser Known Facts About Nat Sciver-Brunt
- Nat Sciver-Brunt is a British cricketer who has played many international matches for England’s national team and many matches in different leagues across the world. She was a member of the England team which won the 2017 ODI World Cup.
- She lived in Poland for a brief period of time during her childhood where she played women’s league football.
- She then lived in the Netherlands for a few years where she played basketball.
- She also played tennis and hockey before deciding to become a professional cricketer.
- She started playing cricket for Stoke d’Abernon Club in Surrey, England. She also played for the Epsom College team for two seasons. She later got selected for the Surrey County team and was later got selected for the England Women’s Academy.
- She scored her first test fifty in July 2019 by scoring 88 runs against Australia at Taunton in Somerset, England. She scored her first test century in June 2022 by scoring 169 runs not out against South Africa at the same venue.
- She made her first ODI fifty on 23 January 2014 by scoring 57 runs against Australia in Melbourne, Australia. She scored her first ODI century on 27 June 2017 by scoring 137 runs against Pakistan at Leicester, England.
- She scored 369 runs in 9 matches at an average of 41 and took 7 wickets in the 2017 ODI World Cup held in England including a century against New Zealand and Pakistan. In the final match against India, she scored 51 runs, helping them to win the World Cup.
- She scored 336 runs in 9 matches at an average of 37.33 and took 4 wickets in the 2022 ODI World Cup held in New Zealand including a century against Australia at Hamilton and a century against Australia again in the final; however, England failed to win the World Cup.
- She scored her first T20I fifty by scoring 68 runs against Australia on 23 March 2018.
- She played in 6 matches in the 2014 T20 Women’s World Cup held in Bangladesh and scored 50 runs at an average of 8.33 and took 10 wickets.
- She played in 5 matches in the 2016 T20 Women’s World Cup held in India and scored 80 runs at an average of 16 and took 6 wickets.
- She played in 5 matches in the 2018 T20 Women’s World Cup held in West Indies and scored 83 runs at an average of 16.6 and took 4 wickets.
- She played in 4 matches in the 2020 T20 Women’s World Cup held in Australia and scored 202 runs at an average of 50.5 and took 2 wickets.
- She played in 5 matches in the 2023 T20 Women’s World Cup held in West Indies and scored 216 runs at an average of 43.2 and took 1 wicket.
- From 2016 to 2019, she played for Surrey Stars in the Women’s Cricket Super League, a T20 tournament in England.
- From 2020 to 2022, she played for Northern Diamonds in domestic 50-over and T20 competitions.
- She played for Trent Rockets in the 100-ball tournament The Hundred in 2021.
- In the 2015-16, 2016-17, and 2020-21 Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) seasons, she played for Melbourne Stars.
- In the 2017-18 and 2018-19 WBBL seasons, she played for Perth Scorchers.
- In the 2019 Women’s T20 Challenge tournament, she played for Supernovas.
- In the Women’s Premier League (WPL) auction held in February 2023, she was acquired by Mumbai Indians for Rs3.2 crore (£320,000).
- In the 2017 World Cup, she played a unique shot on a yorker delivery, which was named Natmeg after her.
— ICC Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 12, 2017
- She grew up idolizing former England pacer Graham Dilley.
- Her favourite real estate TV show is Grand Designs and her favourite film is Bridget Jones.