|Full name Isa Tara Guha|
Name Isa Guha
Batting style Right-handed
|Bowling style Right-arm fast|
Odi shirt number 19
National side England
Parents Barun Guha, Roma Guha
|Born 21 May 1985 (age 35) (1985-05-21) High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England|
Test debut (cap 137) 14 August 2002 v India women
Last Test 15 February 2008 v Australia women
Cage cricket with graeme swann jimmy anderson and isa guha
Isa Tara Guha (Bengali: ইশা গুহ ) born 21 May 1985 at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, is an England cricketer of Bengali descent who played in the 2005 Women's Cricket World Cup in South Africa. She cites winning the World Cup in 2009 as a career highlight.
- Cage cricket with graeme swann jimmy anderson and isa guha
- Graeme Swann Cricket World Cup England teammates and Isa Guha interview Swannys Cricket Show 1
- Cricket career
- Media work
- Charity interests
Graeme Swann: Cricket World Cup, England teammates and Isa Guha interview | Swanny’s Cricket Show #1
A right arm fast medium bowler, she made her Test debut at the age of 17 against India in 2002 when she was named BBC Asian Network Sports Personality of the Year. Her best bowling in 44 One Day Internationals is the 5 for 22 she took against New Zealand in 2004. As of 31 December 2008, she was ranked the number one bowler in the ICC Women's One Day International rankings. She took a career best 5 for 40 in her seventh Test match, against Australia at the Bradman Oval in Bowral in February 2008 and took nine Wickets in the match, winning the player of the match award as England retained the Ashes. She announced her retirement from international cricket on 9 March 2012, although she said she would continue to play county cricket for Berkshire.
She along with Lynsey Askew shares the world record partnership for the 9th wicket in Women's ODI history (73).
Guha was a member of the inaugural Triple M radio Test cricket commentary team in Australia in 2016.