Thankfully Jenny is my friend now, so I'm hoping she's over it. It was unfortunate she didn't get the Player-of-the-Match award because not everyone ends up taking five wickets in a T20. Luckily, I was just bowling straight, and they sort of missed it.
My first game for England was an ODI in Louth against Pakistan. It was Charlotte Edwards. She was the captain at the time.
It's in a bag somewhere in storage. I'm keeping all my shirts for future use - maybe some sort of memorabilia. Probably could be put up somewhere on the wall along with the World Cup shirt and the Ashes-winning shirt, which are in the same bag at the moment.
It's been 39 all through. I was given it when I was in the England Academy. I got stuck with that because I was happy to be given a number, really! And I'm happy with it, don't want to change.
It was great fun. Both of them are very good girls. They welcomed me and made me feel at home. They are also immensely funny. Nicole does some great interviews, as you might have seen in the ODI series. They are a lot to live up to, comedically. I think I have to learn a wacky comment or two from them.
I think her experience will make a massive difference to our team. I was with her at the Melbourne Stars for a couple of years, and I was captained by her before, so hopefully, we'll be able to work well again together.
Amelia Kerr from New Zealand would be a good person to have on your team. She is a young legspinner, she's still learning her craft, but has good skills and good control. That sort of skillset in a T20 game can be hard to face.
She is excellent for the team. I think I managed to get along with her quite well in the Stars. Her fiery character on the field is very different to her character off the field, actually. She is much more reserved and quiet. They are like two opposite ends of the spectrum. You'd like to ask her if she's got any pet names for the two of them!
Well, not quite. Not anything very imaginative. The most imaginative so far has been Elyse Villani calling me "Scifter" in the Big Bash. I'd assume that's how she meant to spell it.
(Laughs) It's something I've been experiencing all my life. I have not met that many people who can say it right the first time. Usually our team manager helps me out at the various grounds and makes sure the people know how to say it [It's pronounced as shiver would be without the "h"]. Sadly, sometimes it still doesn't work.
David Beckham, because I used to play a lot of football. Any free kicks he'd score a goal from would sort of get stuck in my mind.
I don't watch much football these days, actually. But it will probably be [Cristiano] Ronaldo. He's ridiculous, isn't he?
Yeah, I watched it. I have been practising my bicycle kick for a while now. Hopefully we can get football into our cricket warm-up so I can show off one of those.
Probably Meg Lanning. Even if you bowl at her stumps, she'll hit it to third man. It's very painful for all bowlers!
Any bowler that bowls inswing, I find them more difficult.
Jhulan Goswami is the leading wicket-taker and they always look to her to get a wicket, so you don't want to give it to her.
I thought about this the other day. If you hit it five metres past the boundary line, you should get 12. The game is a lot about batters now, so it would be nice to have something for the bowlers too, but I think in the women's game, having five fielders outside the ring again wouldn't be beneficial. So I will go with the 12-run rule.
There maybe could be a Supersub, who would be allowed to field or keep if you needed them to.
The celebrations after the World Cup win were excellent. We all were still in our playing kit, we slept with our medals. That was pretty cool.
Danni Wyatt. Sometimes the team gets entertainment by laughing at her, but she herself is very funny as well. The coaches have this game where you get someone to say the letter "T" and that person has to make tea for everyone who wants it. Danni's been caught by that a couple of times.
Yeah, you've got to give it to her. She makes some really good tea.
It has to be Tammy [Beaumont]. Have your seen her Instagram account? And all the crazy caption stuff. She's constantly on. Amy Jones is the quietest one on social media.
Fran Wilson. She is a good friend of mine, but she loves to debate. She has these opinions about various different things, so I'd prefer not to be confrontational, especially in an elevator!
Probably getting Ellyse Perry out in the 2015 Ashes series, in the Cardiff T20I.
New Zealand. It's such a beautiful country, and we're lucky enough to travel around there often, get a few days off sometimes and see the sights.
I really love the French Alps. Before I started playing professional cricket, I used to go ski there a lot. I'm actually looking forward to that after my retirement.
I'm into a series called The Good Wife, on Netflix. I was watching it at home, but for some reason they took it off, but it's available in India, so I'll probably finish off the remainder of the episodes before heading back to England.
I'd rather do the cooking.
I love coffee.
They are the rocks of our team, really.
I would probably be working at a bar, I think, because I wouldn't know what else to do with my life (laughs). And if it were a job like that, I'd want to do it in London, because there are more opportunities there.
I'm doing some property development, so I'll continue with that maybe, and probably do some course to aid that, maybe on plastering and plumbing
I would call it a Sciv-shot or a Sciver-shot.
Well, we'd love to do more of the same. It's a different format and the kind where the game can go up and down a bit. But you have to try and be as consistent as you can be.
Annesha Ghosh is a sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo