Isa Guha


Isa made her international cricket debut at just 17-years-old and became the first South Asian woman to represent England in any sport. During her decade-long career, she was part of the national team that retained the Ashes and won the World Cup. In 2009, Isa was named the ICC No 1 ranked bowler in the world.

Since retiring from International Cricket in 2012, Isa has become an increasingly in demand host and commentator. Initially working as a co-presenter for ITV’s coverage of the Indian Premier League she has gone on to helm coverage for all the main broadcasters including BBC, Sky, Channel 4 and Fox Australia.

In 2020 Isa became the lead presenter of the BBC’s test match and ODI highlights show. In 2022 she made her Wimbledon and Commonwealth Games presenting debuts for BBC1. In 2024, Isa can be seen returning for the BBC’s Summer of Sport hosting Wimbledon, the Paris Olympics, a series of test matches and The Hundred.

Isa is the founder of Take her Lead, a charity which aims to advance equity and inclusion, and increase participation, in all areas of cricket for women and girls.

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