Full name Natasha Tara Miles
Born October 19, 1988, Hong Kong
Current age 27 years 113 days
Major teams England Academy Women, Hong Kong Women, Marylebone Cricket Club Women, Middlesex Women, Otago Women, Surrey Women
Playing role Allrounder
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0||Middlesex Women||v Kent Women||Northwood||30 Aug 2015||Other OD|
|1||Middlesex Women||v Sussex Women||Hove||19 Jul 2015||Other OD|
|13||Middlesex Women||v Berkshire Women||Harrow-on-the-Hill||11 Jul 2015||Other OD|
|14||Middlesex Women||v Yorkshire Women||Harrogate||21 Jun 2015||Other OD|
|26||Middlesex Women||v Lancashire Women||Edmonton||25 May 2015||Other OD|
|50||Middlesex Women||v Surrey Women||Cobham||24 May 2015||Other OD|
|8||Eng Acad Wmn||v SA Women||Southend-on-Sea||30 Aug 2014||Other T20|
|-||Eng Acad Wmn||v SA Women||Southend-on-Sea||29 Aug 2014||Other T20|
|9||Eng Acad Wmn||v India Women||Harrogate||18 Aug 2014||Other OD|
|13*||Super 3s B||v Super 3s C||Loughborough||7 Jun 2014||Other OD|
Natasha Miles is a very gifted all-rounder who has been a star player in the HKCA Women's League since its inception. She started playing in the Hong Kong's men's leagues as a 15 year-old, playing for CCC and Nomads. She claimed 6-53 in one Saturday League match in the 2005-06 season and also appeared in the Sunday League competition, becoming the first female to do so.
Natasha made her international debut for Hong Kong against Pakistan in 2006 but has since made herself unavailable for further international duty as she strives for England honours. Natasha has been selected as one of MCC's Young Cricketers for 2007 and is spending the summer of 2007 training at Lords. She is also playing for Surrey in the Women's County Championship.
Her father, Rodney Miles, is a former Chairman of the Hong Kong Cricket Club. [HKCA July 2007]
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