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Isabelle Westbury

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Isabelle Mary Geraldine Westbury (born 8 March 1990) is a sports writer, broadcaster, lawyer and former cricketer. As a cricketer, she played as a right-arm off break bowler, playing for Somerset and Middlesex, as well as being part of the Western Storm squad in 2016. She captained Middlesex for two seasons, in 2015 and 2016. She also appeared in one One Day International for the Netherlands in 2005, whilst attending school in the country. She was President of the Oxford Union in 2011–12. She finished playing cricket in 2017, and has since worked as a print and broadcast journalist, specialising in cricket, law and politics, writing for The Daily Telegraph and broadcasting for the BBC. She is also a financial crime lawyer. Early life Born in Hammersmith, London, Westbury experienced a nomadic childhood, living in Mongolia, Malaysia, Easter Island and Syria before arriving in the Netherlands. She attended The British School in the Netherlands from 2001
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