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22 April 1991
First making her international debut back in 2010, Danni Wyatt has become a key part of the England team in both the ODI and T20 formats of the game since.
The all-rounder was first awarded a central contract in April 2014 and just three years later had a World Cup winner’s medal in her locker.
Wyatt was drafted by Southern Brave in the inaugural The Hundred competition in 2021 and helped her side reach the final, where they were beaten by Oval Invincibles.
For Team England, Wyatt opened the batting alongside Sophia Dunkley, scoring 72 runs as the hosts reached the bronze medal match where they lost to New Zealand.
Excited to be part of what she calls a ‘huge summer’ for women’s sport, Wyatt recently made a trip to Old Trafford to cheer on the England women’s football team in their first win of the Euros.