Hannah Rowe

HannahRowe 25 yrs

New Zealand Women

Born:Oct 3, 1996Palmerston North
batting style
Right Handed
bowling style
Right-arm medium

Recent form

BattingBowling

1(2)

vs PAKW

ODI

5(11)

vs ENGW

ODI

0(1)

vs SAW

ODI

6(8)

vs

ODI

2(3)

vs

ODI

1(2)

vs WIW

ODI

13(12)

vs

ODI

5(4)

vs

ODI

21(14)

vs

DOMESTIC T20

27(25)

vs

DOMESTIC T20

Bio

Batting Career

FormatMatchesInningsNORunSRAvgHS100s/50s200s4s/6s
ODI4126718465.259.68290/0015/1
T20I259548106.6712.00140/005/0

Bowling Career

FormatMatchesInningsWicketsSRAvg5 WktBFEco
ODI41394337.5828.5115/554.55
T20I25191221.5024.9203/186.95

Teams Played For

New Zealand Women

Hannah's Bio

Born in Palmerston, Hannah Rowe is a New Zealand Women’s cricketer, who predominantly plays as a bowler for the team. A lanky right-arm medium pace bowler, Rowe uses her height to her advantage and is a hit-the deck hard kind of a bowler. 

She made her ODI debut for White Ferns in 2015 against England Women. She had an unimpressive debut, conceding 35 runs in 4 overs as England Women won the match pretty convincingly.

Rowe made her mark towards the backend of the 2017 Women’s World Cup held in England, picking up the player of the match award against West Indies, and picking up 2 wickets against India Women in a match that the White Ferns lost by 186 runs.

In a WT20I game against Pakistan, Rowe finished with figures of 3 for 22 and restricted the opposition for a paltry 89 for 8. She troubled the Pakistani batswoman with her bowling and garnered praise from everyone.

In 2018, she was awarded a Central contract by the New Zealand Cricket Board and was subsequently included in the 2018 Women’s World T20 squad. 

Rowe has played the majority of her domestic cricket for Central Hinds, and in 2019 was given the leadership responsibility to lead the team for the 2019 season. 

A tall, hit the deck bowler, Rowe has made a name for herself in a short amount of time. She is still raw and has a lot to learn. Rowe has all the attributes of a great fast bowler and she should be preserved to make sure that the pacer plays for a few more years for the White Ferns. 

(As of Mar 2021)