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20 August 1992
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One of the first names on England’s teamsheet, Nat Sciver-Brunt also has a shot named after her – the ‘Natmeg’ went viral as Sciver-Brunt sent the ball between her legs at the 2017 World Cup.
The 29-year-old would emerge victorious from that home World Cup and the celebrations on the balcony at Lord’s would also mark the beginning of her relationship with teammate and now wife Katherine Brunt.
The pair then competed together at the 2022 Commonwealth Games with Nat serving as stand-in captain for the injured Heather Knight.
Sciver-Brunt made 104 runs and took three wickets across the tournament, and was England's highest scorer in their loss to New Zealand in the bronze medal game.
The Tokyo-born all-rounder has often been the saviour for England, scoring two unbeaten centuries to try and pull her side back into two 2022 Cricket World Cup matches against Australia, with England ultimately falling short in the final.