Meet the players
- Born On: 30 April 1993
- Club: YMCA / Typhoons
- Cap Number: 84
- Debut Match: January 2014 v Pakistan
- Batting Style: Right-hand
- Bowling Style: Right Arm Medium
- Career Best: 41* v England (2017); 3-41 v Pakistan (2014)
Jenny is a big-hitting middle-order bat who made her debut again Pakistan in 2014 during a Tri-Series in Qatar when she took 3-40. Another player who started out as a bowler, Jenny’s career highlights include beating South Africa at home in 2016, playing in the ICC WWT20 Bangladesh in 2014 and winning the ICC WWT20 Qualifiers in Thailand in 2015.
Outside of cricket, Gray is a research student in microbiology and works on the family farm. She also enjoys hockey, badminton, cycling and traveling.
Her ambitions are to play as much high-level cricket as she can while enjoying it and making friends along the way. She also hopes to be successful in her career, travel the world and have a family.
Her idol growing up was Jacques Kallis and the three players she would choose to have in her team are Ellyse Perry, Suzie Bates and Meg Lanning.
You can follow Jennifer Gray on Twitter here.
Jennifer Gray's statistics coming soon
July 27th 2015
The Dragons won their final Super 3's game of the season when they defeated the Scorchers by one wicket in North Kildare yesterday.
July 17th 2014
The Ireland Women's side for the first round of the ECB T20 Division Two tournament next week has been named.
April 3rd 2014
Ireland Women are the only side without a win in the group stages of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 but in many ways they have drawn one of the glamour ties of the competition as they play the hosts Bangladesh in the 9th/10th Place Play-Off.
March 26th 2014
Women’s World T20 defending champion has been well served by spinners, who are likely to test the plucky Irish side too
March 25th 2014
Highlights from Ireland's 42 run loss to New Zealand in their opening group match of the 2014 ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.
March 24th 2014
The Ireland men’s cricket team might be out of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 but Irish fans can now look forward to the Ireland Women's inaugural appearance at the ICC World Twenty 20 when their campaign begins against New Zealand at Sylhet tomorrow.