Rosemary Mair Biography:

Rosemary Mair is a bowler from New Zealand. Rosemary Mair was born on November 7, 1998, in Napier, New Zealand, making her 24 years old as of 2023. Rosemary has a brother named Stanley George Mair, who is also a cricketer representing New Zealand. Mair attended Taradale High School in Napier, New Zealand, for her schooling. Currently, she remains unmarried.

Rosemary Mair Biography

Mair made her One Day International (ODI) debut (cap 139) on February 22, 2019, against Australia, and her Twenty20 International (T20I) debut (cap 53) on February 6, 2019, against India. Rosemary has been coached by Ben Sawyer, the coach of the New Zealand women’s team. Rosemary most recent ODI match was played on March 26, 2022, against Pakistan, and her last T20I was on August 4, 2022, against England.

In terms of her playing style, Rosemary Mair batting is right-handed and bowling is with a right-arm medium style. Rosemary primarily serves as a bowler for the team. In October 2022, Mair achieved her highest rankings in various categories.

Rosemary Mair Biography

Her ODI batting highest ranking was 113th on October 6, 2020, her ODI bowling highest ranking was 48th on October 4, 2020, and her ODI all-rounder highest ranking was 57th on February 23, 2022. In T20Is, her highest batting ranking was 173rd on February 9, 2019, her highest bowling ranking was 42nd on March 29, 2021, and her highest all-rounder ranking was 79th on March 31, 2021.

Mair’s best performance in a single match includes taking 2 wickets in ODIs and 2 wickets in T20Is. Rosemary has also scored the highest number of runs in a single match, which is 7 in ODIs and 13 in T20Is. Mair is known by the nickname “Rocco” and wears jersey number #07.

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