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26 December 1990
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One of her nation's greatest-ever cricketers, England captain Heather Knight missed the chance to lead England at Birmingham 2022 as injury ruled her out of the tournament.
The Devon-born batter stayed with the team to offer advice as Nat Sciver-Brunt deputized as skipper.
Knight had led her nation to Cricket World Cup glory on home soil in 2017 - and the final again five years later in New Zealand - as well as playing in multiple Ashes series against Australia.
Domestically, she twice captained Western Storm to victory in the Kia Super League and in Australia won the Women’s Big Bash League with Sydney Thunder.
However, it is when the 31-year-old represents her country that she truly shines, being the first England player, and first woman, to score an international century in all three formats of the game.