Lucy Doolan

Lucy Doolan

DOB: 11 December 1987

Debut: 2004-05

Right-hand opening bat

Right-arm off-spinner

Current White Fern

 

Name: Lucy Doolan

Playing Style: Right-hand bat, Right-arm off-spin bowler

Nickname: Lulu

Secondary School Attended: HVHS

Club: Hutt District

Earliest Cricket Memory: Backyard cricket with Dad

Favourite Ground to play: Basin Reserve

Most memorable cricket moment: NZ debut v England

Favourite player growing up: Craig McMillan

The non-cricketing sports person or team I most admire: The Silver Ferns

If I wasn’t a Blaze I’d be… A marathon runner

Favourite superhero: The Power Rangers

In my spare time I like to… Drink coffee at my favourite cafes around Wellington

My favourite song is… Heartlines – Florence and the Machines

Chores as kid: Cleaning out the leaves in the roof guttering, while my hands were still small enough and walking around on the roof was still a novelty.

My favourite food is… M&Ms

Favourite school subject: Geography

Worst school subject: Spanish

Do you have any pets? No

If I could have anything, I would want… A better singing voice

The biggest influence on my cricketing career is… My parents

Something you didn’t know about me is… I’m vegetarian

 

 

 

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Related News

Maiden ton delights Doolan

It had been a rocky season so far for Wellington Blaze batsman Lucy Doolan. On Monday, however, she put together her maiden one-day century and steadied the boat for the capital side against the Northern Spirit.

Bate, Pulford and Doolan make Women’s World Cup 2009 Team of the Tournament

Five of the team are from champion England while losing finalist New Zealand has provided three, including the 12th woman. In addition, there are three players from India and one from Australia.

WWC Final: England hold their nerve to beat the White Ferns

Fast bowler Nicky Shaw responded magnificently to a last-minute call-up when she starred in England’s thrilling four-wicket victory over a spirited New Zealand in the final of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2009 at North Sydney Oval, Sydney on Sunday.

White Ferns lose by 27 runs to India in Final World Cup warm up match

The White Ferns were beaten by India in the final warm up for both sides prior to this weekend's opening match in the ICC WOMEN'S WORLD CUP.

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