Kirstie White

Kirstie Elizabeth White (born 14 March 1988) is an English cricketer who currently plays for Surrey and Hampshire. She plays as a right-handed batter and occasional wicket-keeper. She has previously played for Hampshire, as well as for Surrey Stars in the Women’s Cricket Super League.[1][2]

English cricketer

Kirstie White
Personal information
Full name Kirstie Elizabeth White
Born (1988-03-14) 14 March 1988 (age 33)
Southampton, Hampshire, England
Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right-arm medium
Role Batter; Occasional wicket-keeper
Domestic team information
Years Team
2002–2008 Hampshire
2012–present Surrey
2017 Surrey Stars
2020–present South East Stars
Career statistics
Competition WLA WT20
Matches 92 55
Runs scored 2,067 962
Batting average 28.70 22.37
100s/50s 0/15 0/4
Top score 98* 74*
Balls bowled 60
Wickets 3
Bowling average 20.00
5 wickets in innings 0
10 wickets in match 0
Best bowling 3/17
Catches/stumpings 44/24 17/8
Source: CricketArchive, 29 September 2021

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White was born on 14 March 1988 in Southampton.[2]

White made her county debut in 2002, for Hampshire against Essex, scoring 25* in a 79 run victory.[3] She played for Hampshire regularly until 2006, and played one match in 2008, before taking a four-year break from the game.[4] She returned to county cricket in 2012, now playing for Surrey. In 2016 she was the leading run-scorer across the whole County Championship, scoring 337 runs at an average of 48.14.[5] She also achieved her List A high score that season, scoring 98* against Sussex.[6] Two seasons later, in 2018, she helped Surrey to promotion to Division 1 of the County Championship, and was the third leading run-scorer across the whole competition, with 331 runs at an average of 47.28.[7] She played seven matches for the side in 2021, making 121 runs in the Twenty20 Cup at an average of 24.20.[8]

White also played for Surrey Stars in the Women’s Cricket Super League in 2017. She had previously been named in the Stars squad for the 2016 season, but withdrew due to an ankle injury.[9] In 2017, she played two matches, batting once and scoring five runs.[10]

In 2020, White played for South East Stars in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy. She appeared in three matches, scoring 65 runs at an average of 21.66. She scored 50 against Western Storm.[11][12] She was ever-present for the side in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, scoring 124 runs with a top score of 73, against Northern Diamonds.[13][14] She also played three matches in South East Stars’ victorious Charlotte Edwards Cup campaign.[15]

White also played in the Super Fours between 2004 and 2006, and hit her maiden List A half-century in the 2005 competition, scoring 51* for Braves.[4][16] White was also part of the England Development Squad that won the 2005 European Championship.[4][17]

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