Deandra Dottin

Deandra Dottin

Deandra Jalisa Shakira Dottin

Middle Order Batswoman

National Side

West Indies

Date of Birth




Place of Birth


Batting Style

Right-hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right-arm fast medium


Being an athlete as well as cricketer represents how much talent she possesses. Talking about her athletics career, representing Barbados, she has bagged multiple silver and gold medals at junior level in three categories – Shotput, Javelin Throw and Discuss throw.


Giving flash to her cricketing career, the right-handed batswoman and right-arm fast-medium bowler, Dottin made her debut for the West Indies cricket team in June 2008. She plays as a hard-hitting lower-order batswoman, and has scored the first century in a women’s Twenty20 International in 2010. In August 2016, she was signed by the Brisbane Heat to play the Women’s Big Bash League. In addition to being the first century in women’s Twenty20 Internationals, her 38-ball century is the fastest by any female batter in a Twenty20 International. She is the only player to hit two T20 International centuries. She was named in the ICC T20 team of the year in 2017. Along with her captain Stafanie Taylor, she is considered as one of the main batswoman of the Windies team.