Who is Naruemol Chaiwai | Bio | Stats | Thailand Player

About Naruemol Chaiwai:

Name:- Naruemol Chaiwai
Date of Birth:- 2nd July 1990
Bowling Style:- Right arm Medium
Batting Style:- Right Hand Bat
Place of Birth:- Chiang Mai, Thailand
Role:- Batter
Teams:- Thailand Women

Naruemol Chaiwai for Thailand. PC: Female Cricket
Naruemol Chaiwai for Thailand. PC: Female Cricket

Bio:-

The 33-year-old batter made her international debut on 3rd June 2018 in a T20I against Pakistan. She has scored 1288 runs at a strike rate of 77.26 and an average of 23.41 in 70 innings. Her tally of runs includes three half-centuries. Her best performance with the bat in the format came on 11th February 2024 when she scored an unbeaten 83 at a strike rate of 129.68 against Kuwait in the ACC Women’s Premier Cup 2024. She played a crucial role in helping her side clinch a thumping 96-run victory. She was awarded the Player of the Match for her match-winning (83* off 64 balls) knock with the bat.

She made her ODI debut on 20th November 2022 against the Netherlands. In 9 innings she has scored 244 runs at a strike rate of 65.24 and an impressive average of 40.66. Her tally of runs includes three half-centuries so far. Her best performance with the bat in the format came on 24th November 2022 when she scored 65 runs at a strike rate of 63.72 in the 3rd ODI against the Netherlands. Her knock played a crucial role in helping her side clinch a thumping 99-run victory. She was awarded the Player of the Match for her match-winning performance with the bat.

She is a prominent figure in Thai cricket, has made significant strides in her career, notably being appointed as the captain of the Thailand women’s team in April 2021. Chaiwai has consistently showcased her batting prowess, emerging as the leading run-scorer for Thailand in multiple events such as the 2018 Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup and the 2019 ICC Women’s Qualifier Asia tournament. Her contributions were instrumental in Thailand’s qualification for major tournaments like the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia. In November 2021, she led Thailand in the Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament in Zimbabwe, further solidifying her role as a key player and leader in the team. Additionally, her participation in the Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup in October 2022 underscores her continued commitment to elevating Thai cricket on the international stage.

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