Jennifer Louise GunnAll-rounder
Date of Birth09-05-1986
Place of BirthNottingham, UK
Batting StyleRight-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium-fast
When Gunn missed the 2009 ICC World Cup Final due to a last minute injury, it could have been the only chance she would have to win the competition. Eight years later her medium pace bowling and invaluable late order batting helped England to a famous victory at Lord’s. Gunn is England’s leading wicket-taker marginally ahead of Brunt. Gunn has been in the England side on some of their biggest occasions, having made her debut in 2004. She has captained England three times and is a highly regarded player with her teammates.
Gunn’s unusual style of delivery to the naked eye has seen her action reviewed twice, and on both occasions been declared fair. She is an economical bowler who has a good variation in pace and gets many wickets with a slower ball that has been dubbed ‘the whiff’. She plays county cricket for Warwickshire, having previously represented her native Nottinghamshire. Also plays for Yorkshire Diamonds in the Kia Super Leauge.
- May 14, 2020
Over the course of the last 18 years, Jhulan Goswami has ticked off several milestones to become the world's leading fast bowler. Ananya Upendran looks at some of her memorable wickets.
- January 17, 2020
Seemingly rushed into her new role as England coach, Lisa Keightley's first task will be to quickly get a handle on the team's transition.
- December 8, 2019
Pakistan minus Sana Mir take on England minus Sarah Taylor, Jenny Gunn and Mark Robinson with some new faces in the first ODI.
- October 15, 2019
Jenny Gunn, England allrounder, announced her retirement from international cricket on Tuesday (October 15). The three-time World Cup winner made the call after realising that it was time to move on after spending 15 years on the field. “I have made one of the hardest decisions and decided the time has come to retire from international