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|Born||October 07, 1986|
|Age||34 years 219 days|
|Teams||New Zealand Women, Hobart Hurricanes Women, Lancashire Thunder, Melbourne Renegades Women|
|Bat Style||Left Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm offbreak|
An all-rounder who comes from Canterbury, Satterthwaite was brought up in a cricketing family. Her father Michael Satterthwaite represented Canterbury and was a chairman of the domestic side as well. Amy represents Canterbury Magicians in the first class circuit, since 2003.
Satterthwaite started as a right-arm medium pacer and a left-handed bat. However, over the due course of time, the batting took precedence over the bowling and she even turned into an off-spinner to keep herself injury free.
The first time she caught the selectors' eye was in 2003, when she scored a hundred during Canterbury's tour to England. She was selected to the New Zealand A side to play against the national team (White Ferns) and India. It took her four years after that to make her debut and it came against Australia in 2007.
After not been given the ball in her first couple of games for White Ferns, Satterthwaite recorded the best Twenty20 International (T20I) figures in women's cricket. She claimed a 6-fer against England and helped her side win the game by 38 runs.
2012 was the breakout year for Satterthwaite, who by then had become more of a batter than a bowler. She averaged over 50 during that period and walked away with the New Zealand Women's Player of the Year award. She soon after brought up her maiden international hundred against Australia and followed it up with a good 2013 World Cup, where New Zealand finished fourth.
The performances she was putting up forced New Zealand Cricket to offer a semi-professional women's cricket - the first ever to be offered in New Zealand, but Satterthwaite turned it down stating, \"It wasn't for me at this time.\" She soon was axed from the national side and took a year to break back into the White Ferns team.
Satterthwaite was picked for the 2015 tour of West Indies and since then has never looked back. Her purple patch started from the summer of 2015-16 and the period saw her become the back bone of New Zealand women's cricket along with Suzie Bates.
Satterthwaite was picked up by Hobart Hurricanes in the Women's Big Bash League and also was called up to play in the inaugural Super League in England as a replacement for Sarah Coyte.
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