Full name Anisa Mohammed
Born September 7, 1988, Trinidad
Current age 26 years 329 days
Major teams Trinidad & Tobago Women, West Indies Women
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Relation Twin sister - Alisa Mohammed
|ODI debut||Japan Women v West Indies Women at Amstelveen, Jul 26, 2003 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), May 20, 2015 scorecard|
|T20I debut||Ireland Women v West Indies Women at Dublin, Jun 27, 2008 scorecard|
|Last T20I||Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), May 26, 2015 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|2/7||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||26 May 2015||WT20I # 306|
|1/28||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||25 May 2015||WT20I # 305|
|2/15||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||23 May 2015||WT20I # 304|
|8, 2/23||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||20 May 2015||WODI # 948|
|2/30||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||18 May 2015||WODI # 947|
|0, 1/22||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||15 May 2015||WODI # 946|
|2/15||WI Women||v SL Women||Colombo (RPS)||13 May 2015||WODI # 945|
|1/43, 12||WI Women||v Aus Women||Bowral||18 Nov 2014||WODI # 930|
|0, 0/35||WI Women||v Aus Women||Bowral||16 Nov 2014||WODI # 929|
|1/63, 1*||WI Women||v Aus Women||Sydney||13 Nov 2014||WODI # 928|
Anisa Mohammed was just 15 when she first played for West Indies, in their World Cup qualifier in Holland in 2003. An offspinner of some talent - she has a best of 5 for 20 against Grenada - she went on to tour India and Pakistan in 2004. Mohammed, who only took up the game at the age of 14, combines studying with her sporting endeavours.
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