|Batting style Right-handed|
National side New Zealand
|Name Emily Drumm|
Role Cricket Player
|Born 15 September 1974 (age 41) (1974-09-15) Auckland, New Zealand|
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Emily Cecilia Drumm MNZM (born 15 September 1974) is a cricketer, who has captained New Zealand in 41 women's one-day internationals, winning 28 of them, losing 12 and with one no result.
Drumm captained New Zealand to their greatest ODI success - winning the 2000 Women's Cricket World Cup in 2000/2001. Drumm has also played in five women's Test matches, scoring 433 in six innings, with an average of 144.33 and a high score of 161 not out. In her 96 ODIs she averaged 32.94 runs per innings.
Emily Drumm has also set the record for scoring the most number of runs on a single ground in Women's ODI history(815 runs at Bert Sutcliffe Oval,Lincoln)
Drumm holds the record for the highest individual test score posted by a woman cricketer in Women's test history when batting at number 5 position or lower(161*)
Drumm's teammates are Rebecca Rolls, Suzie Bates, Katie Pulford and Paula Flannery. She has also played for Auckland Hearts and Northern Districts Spirit in the State League.