Campbell is one of the most experienced and established faces of women’s cricket in West Indies. She has been handy with bat and ball in white ball cricket.
Full name Shemaine Altia Campbelle
Born October 14, 1992, Berbice, Guyana
Major teams West Indies Women
Playing role Middle-order batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
Fielding position Occasional wicketkeeper
Campbell has been one of the most important assets for the Caribbean team in the limited over games. She has been one of the pillars for the West Indies in the middle order. Moreover, she has also been keeping behind the wickets. She made her way to the Windies team in the team facing India in October. She has impressed the watchers from the time she played cricket in maroon.
Her impact in the middle order can be felt in her record of becoming the first batswoman to score a century playing at 7. This is also the highest score by any batswoman playing 7 or lower in ODIs. Her journey has been decorated by astonishing stories. She has been the youngest captain in women’s cricket. Her first assignment as a skipper came at naïve age of 19. However, she has not looked back and has established herself as one of West Indies pillars and go-to girls in the crucial stages.
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