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Ebony Rainford Brent

Ebony Rainford Brent

  • Cricketer
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  • Last Modified: April 11, 2021
      General Information
    • Born Name : Ebony-Jewel Cora-Lee Camellia Rosamond Rainford
    • Gender : Female
    • Age : 40
    • Birthday : 1983-12-31
    • Education : University College London, The Grey Coat Hospital
    • Birth Sign : Aquarius
    • Occupation : Cricketer
    • Birthplace : Lambeth, London, United Kingdom
    • Nationality : British
    • Sexual Orientation : Straight
    • Skin Type : Normal
    • Body type : Slim
    • Net Worth : $1 Million - $5 Million
      Physical Info
    • Race / Ethnicity : Black
    • Height : 177cm / 5.8ft
    • Weight : 65kg / 143lbs
    • Hair Type : Curly
    • Hair Length : Medium
    • Hair Color : Brown
    • Eye Color : Dark Brown
    • Shoe Size : 39 EU / 6 UK / 6 US
    • Dress Size : 4 (US)
    • Bra Size : 34C
    • Measurements : 36-32-40
    • Marital Status : Single
    • Siblings : Keith Headley
      Other ─░nformations
    • Religion : Christianity
    Ebony Rainford Brent

    Ebony Rainford Brent Facts

    Ebony-Jewel Cora-Lee Camellia Rosamond Rainford-Brent FRSA (born December 31, 1983) is a former British cricket player who is currently a Commentator and Director of Women's Cricket in Surrey.
    She was the first black woman to play for England. He was also the captain of the Surrey women's team.

    She holds British nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. Her birth sign is Aquarius.
    Ebony Rainford Brent has also been added as a TMS summariser for the Third Test between England and Pakistan from 21 August 2020.
    During her playing career, Rainford-Brent was appointed as one of the first ever Chance to Shine.
    She is active on social media platforms.
    Her introduction to cricket came through the charity Cricket for Change.
    As well as being a member of the England Women's World Cup winning team, her international playing career highlights include, in 2009, winning Man of the Match against the West Indies, with a career best 72 not out.
    In 2011, Rainford-Brent began work as a cricket executive for the charity Lord's Taverners. She eventually became Cricket programmes manager for the charity, developing national programmes to support disadvantaged and disabled young people to access sport.
    In November 2013, Rainford-Brent was appointed as a trustee of the England and Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT). Rainford-Brent is also an ambassador for Beyond Sport. Rainford-Brent is a full member of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She is also a keen drummer, golfer and budding photographer.
    Since 2017, Rainford-Brent has hosted an inspirational podcast The Art of Success.