Natasha Miles started playing cricket in her native Hong Kong’s men league at the age of 15, becoming the first woman to play in their Sunday Premier League, taking 6 for 53 in one League match in the 2005/06 season, and she went on to represent Hong Kong in their first international tour to Pakistan in 2006.
After moving to England for University studies, Natasha was accepted on to the MCC Young Cricketers scheme whilst playing county cricket for Surrey.
She moved to Middlesex in 2010, scoring a century against Kent in 2013 and two years later was selected for the England Women’s Academy for whom she scored 113 in 2014.
Favourite TV Programme: Friends and Scandal
Favourite Food: Mum’s Soya Sauce Chicken or any and all cured meats
One thing you can't live without: My Huskies
T20 walk out song: Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas
Biggest influence in your cricket journey: My parents, who have strived to develop cricket in Hong Kong since I can remember.