Siddhesh Joshi

Emma Sampson

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Full name  Emma Margaret Sampson
Name  Emma Sampson
National side  Australia

Bowling style  Right-arm fast
Batting style  Right-handed
Role  Cricket Player
Emma Sampson wwwespncricinfocomdbPICTURESCMS9980099855i
Only Test (cap 154)  15 February 2008 v England women
ODI debut (cap 108)  21 February 2007 v New Zealand women

Emma sampson green parlour flowers

Emma Margaret Sampson (born 29 July 1985 in Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian cricketer who has played one Test and 31 ODI cricket matches for Australia national women's cricket team. Predominantly a bowler, she is considered one of the fastest in the women's game, bowling at about 118 kilometres per hour (73 mph).


Sampson played 98 domestic limited overs matches, including 62 Women's National Cricket League matches for the South Australian Scorpions.

After playing 31 ODIs, a Test and five Twenty20 Internationals she announced her retirement from cricket, at the age of 23, after the 2009 World Cup. Her best analysis was 5 for 30 against New Zealand in 2008.

Sampson was the 154th woman to play Test cricket for Australia, and the 108th woman to play One Day International cricket for Australia.

Emma sampson hard to love mix 92 9 singing star competition


Emma Sampson Wikipedia

Similar Topics
Some Days Are Better Than Others (film)
Kenneth Alwyn
Mark Regev