Maia Bouchier, Career, Age, T-20 Match, New Records, Achievement, Bio & More

  Maia Bouchier Bio & More

Maia Emily Bouchier is an overseas cricketer who currently plays for Hampshire, Southern Vipers and Southern Braves from 2014. He was born on 5 December 1998 in Kensington, Greater London. She plays as both right and left hand batsman and occasionally bowls only right arm medium pace. From 2010-2014, she played for Middlesex, Auckland, Melbourne Stars and Western Australia. She made her international debut for the England women’s cricket team in September 2020.

Bouchier was born and raised in London. His mother is Iranian. She attended primary education and higher education at “Rugby School” and then at “Oxford Brookes University”.

Bouchier made his county debut in 2015 for Middlesex against Warwickshire. The 3/26 she took on his debut remains his List A bowling best. She became a regular in the team from 18 July 2015, and had her most successful season for Middlesex in 2017: she was their leading run-scorer in the Championship, with 173 runs at 35.40, and when her team won the Twenty20 Cup She was always present. He also achieved his highest List A score of all time in the Championship, scoring 78 against Somerset.

Boucher moved to Hampshire in 2020. His first season with the club was successful, he scored two half-centuries and finished the season as the team’s leading run-scorer in the Twenty20 Cup. In 2022, she scored just 27 runs in four innings in the 2020 Women’s Twenty20 Cup. In the 2023 Women’s Twenty20 Cup, she was Hampshire’s leading run-scorer with 151 runs, including 74 scored against Sussex.

Bouchier also played for the Southern Vipers in the Women’s Cricket Super League in 2017 and 2018. He played in all 12 matches for the team in 2020, helping them reach the finals day and scored 115 runs in total, with a best of 41 against Lancashire Thunder.

Bouchier continued to play for the Southern Vipers in the 2021 Rachael Hayhoe Flint Trophy. She appeared in all 8 matches, including her team’s 39-run victory over Northern Diamonds in the final. She scored 184 runs at 31.50, also taking 2 wickets, the key achievement being the dismissal of Lauren Winfield-Hill in the final. He scored a half-century, 56*, in a win over the Western Storm. It was announced in October 2021 that Boucher had been suspended from bowling due to illegal elbow extension in his action, and would undergo remedial work. He has been cleared to resume bowling in competitive cricket in July 2022.


Full NameMaia Bouchier
Nick NameMaia Bouchier
ProfessionCricketer, Batter
BattingRight- Handed

Maia Bouchier PERSONAL

Date of Birth5 December 1998
 Age ( as in 2023)25 years
Birth placeKensington, Greater London
residenceKensington, Greater London
Zodiac signSagittarius
BowlingRight-arm Medium
SchoolRugby School
College/ UniversityOxford Brookes University
Educational qualificationGraduated


Height5’ “7”(170cm)
Weight (approx.)64 kgs.
Body Measurements (approx.)34-28-34
Hair colorBrown
Eye colorHazel Blue


Maia Bouchier AFFAIRS

Marital StatusUnmarried
Husband/BfNot Known

Maia Bouchier FAMILY & SIBLING



Favourite FoodHealthy food, Domestic Food
Favourite ActorTom Hardy, Chris Hemsworth
Favourite ActressEmma Thompson, Michael Caine
Favourite colorYellow and Grey
Favourite FilmAny Body Can Dance, Titanic.
Favourite Sports PersonStuart Broad
Favourite singerTammy Beaumont
Favourite AttireJeans Shirts, Kurta Pajama
Favourite DestinationGoa. Thailand



HobbiesCucking and Watching WWE
Net Worth$2 Million Doller


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Maia Bouchier, Career, Age, T-20 Match, New Records, Achievement, Bio & More

Unknown Fact About Maia Bouchier

  • Bouchier scored 196 runs at an average of 33.50 in the 2022 Rachael Hayhoe Flint Trophy as her team defended their title, as well as 105 runs at an average of 52.10 in the Charlotte Edwards Cup.
  • She also played for Southern Braves in The Hundred and scored 93 runs at a strike rate of 144.75. She was an ever-present in the Southern Vipers’ victorious Charlotte Edwards Cup campaign in 2022, scoring 177 runs in seven matches.
  • She also played 6 matches for the team in the Rachael Hayhoe Flint Trophy, scoring 129 runs including a half-century. In The Hundred, she was an ever-present for Southern Brave and scored 89 runs in 9 matches.
  • Bouchier spent one season, 2016/18, playing for Auckland. She was most successful in the Halliburton Johnstone Shield, scoring 274 runs at 46.50 with two half-centuries. His side also won the competition.
  • In September 2022, Bouchier signed for the Melbourne Stars for the 2021–22 Women’s Big Bash League season. He played all 13 matches for the team and scored 185 runs with a high score of 43 against Hobart Hurricanes.
  • In February 2021, it was announced that Boucher had joined Western Australia for their Women’s National Cricket League campaign. He played 7 matches for the team in the tournament and scored 131 runs, including a List A high score of 81 against Queensland.
  • Boucher was named in the England Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) squad for the series against New Zealand in August 2022. However, Boucher was ruled out of the first T20I match of the three-match series after being identified as a possible COVID-19 contact.
  • She made her Women’s T20I debut in the next match for England against New Zealand on 4 September 2022, scoring 28 runs from 26 balls. She went on to play the final match of the series and England won 2–3.
  • She was later included in the Women’s ODI squad before the 3rd match of the series, but was released before the 6th match so she could play in the Rachael Hayhoe Flint Trophy final.
  • In December 2020, Boucher was named in England’s squad to tour Australia for the Women’s Ashes competition. She appeared in one match on the tour, the first T20I, and played the entire match without batting.
  • In July 2021, She was named in England’s squad for the T20I series against South Africa and the cricket tournament at the 2021 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
  • She played every match in the two series, including scoring 23* to lead England to victory over Sri Lanka in the Commonwealth Games.
  • She played every match in England’s T20I series against the West Indies in December 2022, scoring 32 runs in three innings.
  • Most recently, Boucher was named in England’s squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in January 2023, although she did not play in the tournament.
  • She was named in England’s squad for the T20I series during the 2023 Women’s Ashes, but did not play any matches.

Maia Bouchier, Career, Age, T-20 Match, New Records, Achievement, Bio & More

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1. Who does Maia Bouchier play for?
ANS:- Maia Emily Bouchier is an English cricketer who currently plays for Hampshire, Southern Vipers and Southern Brave.

2. Is Maia Bouchier Married?
ANS:- No, he is a bachelor now.

3. What school did Maia Bouchier go to?
ANS:- Bouchier was born in Kensington, Greater London. Her mother is Iranian. She attended Rugby School and then Oxford Brookes University.

Maia Bouchier, Career, Age, T-20 Match, New Records, Achievement, Bio & More

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