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5 May 1999
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A slow left-arm spinner, Ecclestone became the no.1-ranked T20 bowler at the age of 20 after several years of stellar performances in the format.
Ecclestone was part of history as women's cricket made its debut in the Commonwealth Games, taking five wickets at Birmingham 2022 as England lost to New Zealand in the bronze medal match.
A product of Cheshire side Alvanley Cricket Club, the 23-year-old made her Women’s County Championship debut against for Lancashire against Nottinghamshire in 2016.
Impressive performances that year, and in the tri-series for the England Academy, earned Ecclestone a spot in the senior squad for the first time in July 2016.
Ecclestone prioritised finishing school over representing England in the 2017 World Cup but the Cheshire native has cemented her position in the national setup ever since.
She has twice been the highest wicket-taker at World Cups, confirming her status as the best bowler in the world in both formats.