Meet the players
- Born On: 27 March 2001
- Club: YMCA
- Cap Number: 87
- Debut Match: Ireland v Netherlands (2014)
- Batting Style: Right-hand bat
- Bowling Style: Right-arm off-spin
- Career Best: 44 v Scotland (2017); 3-4 v Scotland (2017)
A fierce competitor, Gaby Lewis is an off-spinning all-rounder with the drive to make it to the top in the cricket world. She debuted in the 2014 Europeans in England against The Netherlands and one of her career highlights was scoring 50 against Scotland in Dubai in 2017. Her proudest moment was winning the ICC WWT20 Qualifiers in Thailand alongside her older sister Robyn.
Outside of cricket Gaby plays hockey at underage national level and she also enjoys good food and coffee.
Her biggest ambition is to become a professional cricket player and to have a successful career – hopefully she can achieve both at the same time! Her cricket idol is AB de Villiers and the three people she would choose to have in her team are Ellyse Perry, Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite.
You can find Gaby’s career statistics on:
• ESPN Cricinfo
• Cricket Archive
You can follow Gaby Lewis on Twitter here.
Gaby Lewis's statistics coming soon
Ireland Women’s Performance and Academy Squads Named for 2020
December 4th 2019
Cricket Ireland has today announced the Ireland Women’s Performance and Academy squads for 2020.
Australia Win Third and Final T20I
August 22nd 2015
Australia showed their strength today with a 99 run victory over Ireland thanks to superb half centuries from Elyse Villani and Ellyse Perry helped them post a daunting 186-1 before restricting Ireland to 87-7 in the third and final T20 International between the sides.
Australia Beat Ireland in 2nd T20I
August 21st 2015
Ireland lost out in the second of three T20 Internationals against World Champions Australia on a hot and sunny evening in Dublin.
Australia Beat Ireland in T20 Opener
August 19th 2015
On a wet day in Dublin the sun arrived just in time to allow Ireland and Australia to get in the first T20 International at Sandymount in Dublin, although there was a 30 minute delay to proceedings.