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Full name Hannah Jayne Lloyd
Born August 25, 1979, Neath, Glamorgan, Wales
Current age 35 years 92 days
Major teams Diamonds, England Under-23 Women, England Women, Somerset Women
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Relation Father - BJ Lloyd
|ODI debut||England Women v Netherlands Women at Nykobing Mors, Jul 19, 1999 scorecard|
|Last ODI||England Women v South Africa Women at Cardiff, Aug 17, 2003 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|35||Diamonds||v Emeralds||Loughborough||9 Jul 2006||Other|
|13||Diamonds||v Sapphires||Loughborough||8 Jul 2006||Other|
|1||Diamonds||v Rubies||Reading||10 Jun 2006||Other|
|53||Diamonds||v Emeralds||Uppingham||4 Jun 2006||Other|
|41||Diamonds||v Sapphires||Uppingham||3 Jun 2006||Other|
Top-order bat. Hannah made her debut against Australia in summer 2001 but did not travel to India due to University commitments. She represented England U-21's in their tour of South Africa in 1996 and went on to play in England's winning European Cup side in 1999.
Started playing aged 10 for Pontarddulais boy's team, playing women's cricket at 15 with The West regional side. Hannah graduated last summer with a BSc Sport and PE at Wales Institute, Cardiff and has since begun a PGCE at Exeter University in September.
Top order bat. Hannah made her debut against Australia in 2001 - did not travel to India later that year due to University commitments. She represented England U21s in their tour of South Africa in 1996 and went on to play in England's winning European Cup side in 1999.
Started playing aged 10 for Pontarddulais boy's team, playing women's cricket at 15 with The West regional side. Hannah graduated with a BSc Sport and PE at Wales Institute, Cardiff and then a PGCE at Exeter University. Is teaching PE in Cheltenham.
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