Charlotte Edwards announced her retirement from international cricket last Wednesday 11th May. Here are some of her outstanding statistics.
Lottie made her international debut in 1996, and has made more appearances than any other female cricketer in the history of the game.
With 5,992 runs, Charlotte is the current all-time leading ODI run-scorer in women’s cricket, and has scored more T20I runs than any other player in the world (male or female).
Appointed England captain in 2006, Lottie led her country on 220 occasions, winning the ICC Women’s World Cup, ICC World Twenty20 and the Women’s Ashes three times.
In 2008 she won the ICC Women’s Player of the Year award, and during 2014 was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
One of the most successful England captains ever, Lottie will definitely be missed. Thanks for the memories Lottie, all the best for the future.
- Lottie has won everything there is to win in the women’s game.
- Charlotte has been nominated for the 2015/16 We Are England Cricket Fan Award.
- Lottie captained England for the 200th time in February 2015.
1676 runs @ 44.10
117 high score
5992 runs @ 38.16
173* high score
2605 runs @ 32.97
92* high score
Thank you Charlotte