|Full name||Rebecca Jane Rolls |
|Date of birth||22 August 1975|
|Place of birth||Napier, New Zealand |
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) |
|Three Kings United|
|Three Kings United|
|1994–||New Zealand||21 ||(0)|
| *Club domestic league appearances and goals|
‡National team caps and goals,correct as of 11:03,16 June 2015 (UTC)
Rebecca Jane Rolls (born 22 August 1975) is a New Zealand former cricketer and association footballer who represented New Zealand in both sports.  In cricket,she played as a wicket-keeper and right-handed batter,and appeared in 1 Test match,104 One Day Internationals and 2 Twenty20 Internationals for New Zealand between 1997 and 2007. She played domestic cricket for Central Districts and Auckland.   In football,she made 21 appearances for New Zealand.
Rolls had a long One Day International career,representing New Zealand in 104 matches,as well as 1 Test match. She was only the second New Zealand woman to reach the 100 ODI milestone,after Debbie Hockley. She was a wicketkeeper batsman. She played in the victorious Women's Cricket World Cup at Lincoln in 2000 and she also played for the Auckland Hearts in the State League. She was born in Napier.
Rebecca Rolls is also the first female cricketer to have completed the double of scoring 2000 runs and effecting 100 dismissals as wicketkeeper in WODI history 
|Rebecca Rolls's One Day International centuries|
|1||114||48||Australia||Lincoln,New Zealand||Bert Sutcliffe Oval||2002 |
|2||104*||99||Australia||Chennai,India||Chemplast Cricket Ground ||2007 |
Rolls has played internationally for New Zealand as a goalkeeper. She made her Football Ferns debut in a 0–1 loss to Bulgaria on 24 August 1994  and ended her international career with 11 caps to her credit. 
Sixteen years later Rolls made a shock comeback for the national team,being called into the 2012 Cyprus Cup squad.  In July 2012 she was named in the New Zealand party for the London Olympics.  She also played in the final of the 2013 Valais Cup competition for New Zealand against the People's Republic of China. She was part of New Zealand's squad at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada. 
Of Māori descent,Rolls affiliates to the Ngāti Porou iwi.  Following her playing career,Rolls has worked for the police,the Serious Fraud Office and the Department of Corrections. 
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