A bit about...
Lottie started playing for England as a 16 year-old and went onto captain her country. She was involved in four Ashes series wins and lifted both the 50-over and 20-over World Cups. After her retirement, Lottie has taken on roles in coaching, administration (including the MCC and ICC), and commentary around the world. Lottie was appointed as MBE.
Did you know...
Lottie's career spanned two distinct phases for womens cricket. She started in an era that was entirely amateur, when Lottie had to buy her own blazer. She had a front-row seat as a commentator to see England lift the trophy in a superb final at a packed Lords against India at the 2017 World Cup, which had a prize pot of USD 2 million.
Playing: England, Kent, Northern Districts, Southern Vipers, Western Fury, Perth Scorchers, Adelaide Strikers
Lottie looks forward to mentoring on:
Lottie as a mentor:
Lottie is an inspiration to many girl and women cricketers. She works tirelessly to mentor kids, and is involved with a number of initiatives promoting cricket in schools and grassroots.
Young athletes - girls & boys
Adult athletes - women & men