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Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978, Hunterville, Wellington Region) is a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She is a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.

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  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978, Hunterville, Wellington Region) is a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She is a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) is a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand She is a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) was a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand She was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) was a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, New Zealand She was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.
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  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978, Hunterville, Wellington Region) is a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She is a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) is a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand She is a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) was a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand She was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman. After retiring from cricket, she continued to develop her successful career in commercial events and sport administration. She was also one of the first female members of the Sky TV domestic cricket commentary team and went on to present Sky TV's "Cricket Company", as well as presenting for the TAB within Sky TV's cricket, netball, tennis and darts coverage.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) was a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand She was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman. After retiring from cricket, she continued to develop her successful career in commercial events and sport administration working for organisations such as IAG New Zealand, Auckland Rugby/Blues, The Radio Network and NZME. While working full time, she was also one of the first female members of the Sky TV domestic cricket commentary team and went on to present Sky TV's "Cricket Company", as well as presenting for the TAB within Sky TV's cricket, netball, tennis and darts coverage.
  • Emily Anne Travers (born 29 July 1978) was a New Zealand cricketer. She played for the Central Districts Hinds and Canterbury Magicians in the State League as well as for her national team, the White Ferns. She was a member of the White Ferns team that won the CricInfo ICC Women's World Cup in December 2000, held in Lincoln, New Zealand She was a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman. After retiring from cricket, she continued to develop her successful career in commercial events and sport administration working for organisations such as IAG New Zealand, Auckland Rugby/Blues, The Radio Network and NZME. While working full time, she was also one of the first female members of the Sky TV domestic cricket commentary team and went on to present Sky TV's "Cricket Company", as well as presenting for the TAB within Sky TV's cricket, netball, tennis and darts coverage.
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