|Date of Birth||
12 December 1998
|Place of Birth||
Maia Bouchier gained the attention of England selectors by becoming a consistent middle-order run-maker for Southern Vipers, making her international debut in 2021 before being selected for Team England the next year.
She was selected for Team England the next year, producing her highest score of 21 not out in her first game for helping the hosts to the bronze medal match where they lost to New Zealand
In 2016, the 23-year-old became a regular for Middlesex and topped the Women’s Country Championship run-scoring charts in 2018, before contributing to the side that won the Twenty20 Cup.
The following year, already appearing for the Vipers, Bouchier joined Hampshire and ended her first season as the leading run-scorer in the cup she won the year prior.
After making her Ashes debut in January, Bouchier united the two regional trophies, winning the Charlotte Edwards Cup for the first time, after Southern Vipers had twice claimed the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.