Chedean Natasha NationBowler
National SideWest Indies
Date of Birth10/31/1986
Place of BirthJamaica
Batting StyleRight-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium
Chedean Nation is a Jamaican right-arm medium-pace bowler. Nation made her international debut in June 2008, on a tour of Ireland. She played both One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals matches on the tour, and the following month also played a series against the Netherlands and England. In the first ODI of another series against England in November 2009, Nation took 3 wickets with figures of 3/22 from five overs, helping her team to an upset 40-run win.
Nation has not played much international games as compared to her fellow senior team mates. Her fortunes always let her in and out of the team. But, in October 2016, her hard work and consistent performances let the way for her comeback as she was recalled for India’s tour. Hope she continues her form and help her team to a winning streak.
- March 1, 2020
England sealed their semi-final spot in the T20 World Cup with an emphatic victory against West Indies by 46 runs in Sydney on Sunday (March 1). England’s victory was set up by their talismanic allrounder Natalie Sciver’s 57. She played superbly and assessed the conditions well to guide them to 143 before Sophie Ecclestone’s three
- November 18, 2019
The Indian juggernaut continued to roll as they went past West Indies by five runs at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Sunday (November 17). The match was reduced to nine overs each and spin was the order of the day as both sides opted to use their slower bowlers on a difficult surface. Defending
- November 15, 2019
Mai bani teri Radha, Maine sakhiyon se akhiyon me Rakhna hai piya thoda zyaada zyaada… These lyrics of a popular Bollywood song loosely translate to ‘O love, I have become your Radha, keeping you in my eyes more than my friends’. Although not in the same vein, Radha Yadav kept an eye on West Indies’
- November 13, 2019
Misery, demolition, and sheer dominance is what comes to mind when one glances at the scorecards of the first two T20Is between India and West Indies in St. Lucia. If the first T20I was a thumping 84-run win, the second was even bigger, by ten wickets with 57 balls to spare. On both occasions, Shafali