Who is Charlie Dean? England women cricketer who was 'Mankaded' by Deepti Sharma - In Pics
In this collection of photos, we will introduce you to England women cricketer Charlie Dean who was Mankaded by Deepti Sharma.
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Dean was born on 22 December 2000 in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. She was introduced to cricket by her father. Her father, Steven, played cricket for Staffordshire and Warwickshire. She took five wickets on her debut for the Portsmouth Grammar School boys’ first XI in 2017, a year after captaining Hampshire Under-15s to victory in the Royal London County Cup.
Charlotte Ellen Dean
Charlotte Ellen Dean (born 22 December 2000) is an English cricketer who currently plays for Hampshire, Southern Vipers and London Spirit. An all-rounder, she is a right-handed batter and right-arm off-break bowler. She made her international debut for the England women's cricket team in September 2021.
Debut for England
In August 2021, Dean was named in England's Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) squad for their series against New Zealand. However, Dean was ruled out of the first WT20I match after being identified as a possible COVID-19 contact. The following month, Dean was named in England's Women's One Day International (WODI) squad, also for the matches against New Zealand. She made her WODI debut on 16 September 2021, for England against New Zealand. She went on to be the joint-leading wicket-taker in the five-match series, with 10 wickets, including taking 4/36 in the 2nd ODI to help England to a 13-run victory.
In December 2021, Dean was named in England's squad for their tour to Australia to contest the Women's Ashes. She made her Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) debut on 20 January 2022, for England against Australia, although the match was abandoned after 4.1 overs due to rain.
Named in England's squad for the 2022 Women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand
In February 2022, she was named to England's squad for the 2022 Women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand. She played six matches in the tournament as England reached the final, and was the seventh-highest wicket-taker in the competition, with 11 wickets. She took her ODI career-best bowling figures in her second match of the tournament, taking 4/23 against India.