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Ellyse Perry

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NameEllyse Perry
BornNovember 03, 1990
Wahroonga, Sydney, New South Wales
Age31 years 24 days
TeamsAustralia Women, Sydney Sixers Women, Loughborough Lightning, Supernovas, Birmingham Phoenix Women
Bat StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowl StyleRight-arm fast-medium
Profile for Ellyse Perry. Profile Updated On 27 Saturday November 2021 145829000000
She holds a unique distinction of representing her country in both cricket and football. At the age of 16, she tasted cricket first before going on to play professional football for her country. When she made an appearance at the 2009 Women's World Cup, Perry became the youngest Australian cricket to have played the multi-nation event.

Perry plays for New South Wales Women in the domestic circuit. She made her ODI debut against New Zealand in 2007 and has been a regular member of the side since then. Her best bowling came against India at Mumbai in 2012 when she ran through Anjum Chopra's side to bag 5 wickets for just 19 runs. She is also a handy batsman lower down the order who can make valuable contributions.

She made her Test debut in 2008 against England and has done well in the few games that she has played.

It was on her T20I debut against England at Melbourne that Perry grabbed eyeballs. She hit an unbeaten 25-ball 29 and then backed it up with 4/20 with the ball to help Australia win the match. She was also named the Player of the Match in the 2010 Women's T20 WC final for her impressive bowling performance as Australia beat New Zealand by 3 runs.

Interesting fact: Ellyse Perry is first woman to represent Australia in both Cricket and Football World Cups.