Madeline Lee Green born in Auckland and debuted as an 18-year-old for New Zealand in a Twenty20 International (T20I) game against Australia. In a low scoring encounter, Green made a vital 18-ball 14 to lead her side to a 6-wicket win with five balls remaining.
However, it took Green two more years to play her first One-Day International (ODI) and that was versus a weakened Windies side that had tour New Zealand. Green has played a handful of internationals and that is because of her start-stop career.
A tall, agile and composed, Green is a batting allrounder. She is a lower-order batter, who can bowl decent off-breaks and the White Ferns squad is filled with such bits and pieces players with the likes of Satterthwaite and Devine, hence Green has found it difficult to maintain a constant place in the playing XI.