Aimee Louise Watkins
|Born||11 October 1982|
New Plymouth, New Zealand
|Bowling||Right-arm off break|
|Test debut(cap 122)||27 November 2003 v India|
|Last Test||21 August 2004 v England|
|ODI debut(cap 87)||20 February 2002 v Australia|
|Last ODI||7 July 2011 v India|
|T20I debut(cap 10)||5 August 2004 v England|
|Last T20I||27 June 2011 v India|
|Domestic team information|
Source:CricketArchive,9 April 2021
Aimee Louise Watkins ( née Mason;born 11 October 1982) is a New Zealand former cricketer who played as an all-rounder.
Watkins appeared in 2 Test matches,103 One Day Internationals and 36 Twenty20 Internationals for New Zealand between 2002 and 2011. She played domestic cricket for Central Districts,as well as spending seasons with Sussex and Devon.  
Born in New Plymouth,Watkins is a left-handed batter and right arm off spin bowler.  She was New Zealand's leading wicket-taker at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup with 11,including a best performance of 4 for 2 against South Africa.  
Watkins along with Suzie Bates holds the record for the highest 2nd wicket partnership in WT20I history (118*)   
She became captain of New Zealand following the 2009 World Cup upon the retirement of Haidee Tiffen. 
In June 2011,she announced her retirement from international cricket. 
|Aimee Watkins's One-Day International centuries |
|1||102||58||Australia||Darwin,Australia||Gardens Oval||2007 |
|2||111||64||England||Blackpool,England||Stanley Park||2007 |
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