|Full name||Michelle Kay Fruin|
|Born||31 December 1961|
Pukekohe, New Zealand
|Test debut(cap 94)||11 January 1992 v England|
|Last Test||12 July 1996 v England|
|ODI debut(cap 56)||19 January 1992 v Australia|
|Last ODI||29 December 1997 v Australia|
|Domestic team information|
Source: CricketArchive, 26 April 2021
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