Guha is one of a crop of talented bowlers that progressed through the ranks and is now an established member of the England squad.
She represented England at under-17 and under-19 level before making her one-day debut against Scotland at the 2001 European Championships, recording figures of 2-2.
Guha made her Test bow in the second match with India at Taunton in 2002 when she also was named BBC Asian Network sports personality of the year.
She demonstrated her threat with 5-22 during an ODI versus New Zealand at Derby in 2004.
The seamer helped England reach the semi-finals of the 2005 World Cup and win the Ashes for the first time in 42 years that summer.
Guha aided Ashes retention in early 2008, taking nine wickets in the one-off Test victory at Bowral.
Firmly established in the England side, Guha skittled West Indies for 41 at Loughborough that summer with 5-14.
She helped England to World Cup and World Twenty20 glory in 2009.
Still a regular for her country, Guha could not prevent Australia regaining the Ashes in early 2011.